How to Use VLC Media Player to Play Encrypted Blu-Ray disc in Windows 8 64-bit or Windows 8 32-bit Overview. Again, there is no Blu-Ray playback support with Microsoft latest Windows operating system, Windows 8, just as there is no native Blu-Ray playback support under Apple Mac OS X Mountain Lion.
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Most of the changes affect codecs, decoders, and demuxers and should ensure better playback than ever before; VLC's main draw is its ability to handle every video format under the sun without codec add-ons. Meanwhile, the rest of the changes are more visible: the UI's been reworked, OS X now supports Lion's full screen mode, and Blu-ray support is a go. Features to look forward to in VLC 2.0: • Subtitles, subpictures and OSD can now be sized and blent inside outputs • Port to Android, iOS, OS/2 and Win64. • Multiple files are now supported inside RAR files • Experimental Blu-Ray Discs support using libbluray • HTTP Live Streaming (IETF draft) playback support • Support for HTTPS is now fixed in the Windows port • One can now use ffmpeg-mt in conjunction with vlc, to split decoding load on multiple cores.
• Mac OS X: support for the native fullscreen mode on OS X Lion • Mac OS X: support for lua extensions offer expanded functionality, as extensions usually do. Those work in the OS X version as of VLC 2.0. One of VLC's designers of the Mac version's new UI. It sure does look like iTunes.