Best Blu-ray/DVD Playback Software Discussion

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  1. Dustin Sklavos

    Dustin Sklavos Notebook Deity NBR Reviewer

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    PCs have been able to play back DVDs for roughly a decade but there's always been a nagging issue: playback quality. We round up the three major software applications in DVD/HD playback and see whether the situation has improved.

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    VLC and MPlayer can play virtually anything. Great software.
     
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    Neither can play bluray.
     
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    Cyberlink/Powerdvd is what I use to play Blu Ray discs. It's a very good player.
     
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    Hi guys,

    I've read the article in the first post but it seems a little bit old.
    I've also found these blu-ray player reviews Windows Blu-ray Player Software: 2011 3D Blu-ray Player Reviews, they seem more recent but I am still wondering what option to choose. Most of the players cost about $100 and there are 2 cheaper options - Roxio and Nero. Roxio's software seems most appropriate regarding the price but have anyone used it? Does it play blu-ray discs fine even not having so much fancy features as the rest of the competition?
     
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