yeah i will
when i go to pick mine up, or just to look at one ill take along a DVD and try it out on one of the stores machines
and if it works then im in the clear otherwise i might need to get an external CD/DVD/Blu-ray reader
might just get that anyway
Blu-ray is amazing
Thanks for all your answers uv been great help
As far as I'm aware the Sony External BluRay drive works with OS/X, however, if you are looking to play retail movies using it you may encounter a problem. To my knowledge Mac OS is incapable of playing RETAIL BR movies due to a DRM issue, unencrypted personal movies (such as those from HD camcorders) recorded to BR should work fine however.
Glad to help... thanks for the thumbs up
NO THANK YOU
am using a mac right now and its amazingly fast to boot
where do u suggest i put the avi files on the mac
FYI it was only one disk that was not reading on the macbook
the rest work great
i think where to put your video files is a personal choice. I created a folder named Videos under my user directory
so there was a power surge two days ago an my lap top (windows) charger has burnt out......am using my friends mac now and getting my mac book pro + a 4 GB of ram upgrade tomorrow or on saturday
now can some one please tell me what torrent client im supposed to use
i was using utorrent on windows but thats not there for mac?
also why do my avi n mpg on quicktime or vlc look so look so bad and pixilated????
also how do i convert mpg or avi to mp4 on a mac?????
Thanks guys i really need mac classes, loving the mac.......i push the power button and 10 seconds later im online
i push the power button on a windows and it takes me 1 minutes just to boot up
congratulations on your new great aquisition!!!!
torrent clients: transmission, tomato torrent, vezu torrent (formerly known as azureus)
video converter: xilisoft video converter for mac, isquint or visualhub
maybe u have an issue with perian... try to install vlc player and check if u have the same problem..... also your friend's mac may have GMA950 graphics ... that could be a reason but idk...dont take my word on this
if u need any help... just ask.
there is a vlc player for mac btw... google it ;) or go to the official website
Originally Posted by lordofdaflies
i got it but it still sucks
my avi look like crap:(
im using my brand new mac book pro now and its so frikin fast
I've had my MBP for one year now and it has crashed twice, both times the crash report referenced Norton Antivirus. Needless to say I removed it and hopefully won't be seeing that curtain come down again. It is just un-natural to see a Mac crash.
Originally Posted by paliometoxo