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ThunderSoft Blu-ray Player 5.2 Giveaway

Giveaway of the day — ThunderSoft Blu-ray Player 5.2

Directly play Blu-ray discs or Blu-ray ISO files.
$24.95 EXPIRED
User rating: 33 (58%) 24 (42%) 5 comments

ThunderSoft Blu-ray Player 5.2 was available as a giveaway on January 7, 2022!

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ThunderSoft Blu-ray Player is a Blu-ray/DVD/Video media player, can directly play Blu-ray discs or Blu-ray ISO files, supports various Blu-ray and DVD disc types. It contains all media playback solutions, supports 4K video and other common video and audio formats on your PC.
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System Requirements:

Windows XP/Vista/7/8.1/10 (x32/x64)


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File Size:

24.5 MB

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I've tried this with an old Blu Ray (Outcast starring Nicholas Cage & Hayden Christensen and a more recent title Shang Chi starring Simu Liu, Tony Leug and others). When selecting files, no files were detected when opening any of the folders within either of the Blu Rays. When selecting folders, the only one that showed any promise at starting the Blu Ray videos was selecting the movie directly from the ''This PC'' menu i.e my BD-RE Drive. The menu screen for each movie came up, but when trying to play either movie, it reverted to the applications main menu. I tried every folder to see if there was a recognisable file, but every folder appeared empty, despite both discs working perfectly on my BD player connected to my TV's and using other BD software players on my computer.

I do have some MP4 movies that I recorded some years ago to take on vacation, but they are backed up on one of my external drives and I don't have time to search for any of them at this time, so cannot see if they work; however, I expect they will. I'm sure someone from the community will confirm whether they do or not.

With respect to my first paragraph, it could be my PC's Pioneer Blu Ray player/recorder that is the issue, but I doubt it because the player does play both Blu Rays I mentioned above using another Blu Ray player we were given from this site (i'e' APeakSoft Blu Ray Player).

If anyone does get it to work directly from the BD drive, please tell me how you did it. Thank you.

Stay safe everyone.

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  16 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+24)

It doesn't appear to play actual disks either blu-ray or DVD. It doesn't seem to play ISO images either. It will play individual files but seems to have no advantages at all to VLC and numerous other players.

Reply   |   Comment by Dick  –  15 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)

I already had the Vidmore BR Player and the Leawo BR Player, which have been satisfactory for my (limited) need to inspect or check out BR sources -- not to actually watch a whole movie that way on a computer screen, as I'd always greatly prefer to do that on a big screen tv. There was another one that could have been Apeaksoft but at this point I don't recall for sure, which from the user interface looked to be just another iteration of the Vidmore one, and there were some troublesome issues with it that I also don't clearly recall now. What I'm trying to get at here is that we should be on the lookout for multiple appearances of the same software, under different company names. By that point, you are dealing with redundancy -- at best. This may or may not come into play in regard to this one. I do know that ThunderSoft has come out with some other products of interest.

Reply   |   Comment by Gene  –  15 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

FWIW, the Vidmore player seems loosely structured on VLC, while the ThunderSoft Blu-ray Player is not. There are dozens of media player apps out there, so look for the features you want, e.g. MPC-HC has several potential quality improvements, so the video display can look better, while VLC is more a Swiss Army knife with all its different functions. If you want to compare the Vidmore & Thundersoft players, see which one works best with the retail Blu-ray discs you want to watch -- VLC & MPC-HC won't work there, unless you copy the disc removing DRM.

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