Great news for Blu-ray fans, the amazing Macgo Mac Blu-ray Player comes along with its major update earlier this day. This time it brings the new “Hardware Acceleration” function to the world. The utilization of CPU is much reduced during playback; smoother Blu-ray playback on Mac will just surprise all the users of this powerful Blu-ray player.
In the last month, Macgo engineers were devoted to improving Mac Blu-ray Player’s user experience. First, they fixed the bug of failing to play some discs that contain messy codes in labels. Next is the impressive “Hardware Acceleration”. This function reduces the utilization of CPU. For example, it may take 70-100% of CPU to play a BD in the past. But now, with this function, it may be reduced to around 20-50%. This enables the computer to run more processes at the same time. Also, the computer won’t run as hot as it used to be during playback. Last but not least, it reduces MacBook’s energy consumption. Now it takes less energy to finish a single Blu-ray Disc. People may enjoy more than one movie with the same battery.
Macgo, the innovator in Blu-ray video business, is devoted to providing great video software to the world. Besides Macgo Mac Blu-ray Player, its Windows version – Macgo Windows Blu-ray Player is also a great choice for Windows users. However, the “Hardware Acceleration” function will be added to Windows version later. Talking about free video player, Macgo Free Mac Media Player works like a charm. It supports most of the media formats without any quality loss and it is free to use for lifetime.
Now Macgo Mac Blu-ray Player and Windows Blu-ray Player is on sale, get its exclusive 33% off discount on Macgo Store Page. After adding “Hardware Acceleration”, Macgo Mac Blu-ray Player will just make it possible for you to get better Blu-ray experience on Mac.
What’s new in V2.9.9?
1- Fixed the bug of failing to play some discs that contain messy codes in labels.
2- New function: “Hardware Acceleration”. Reduce the utilization of CPU during playback.
3- Fixed the bug of failing to play some DVD discs.
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