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Can I watch a Blu-ray movie via Apple TV?

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I want to watch a Blu-ray disc via my the purchased Apple TV. Is that possible?

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Apple TV is a digital media receiver created by Apple Inc., which is designed to access digital content from the iOS devices, or any Mac OS X or Windows-based computer running to a high-definition widescreen television. Currently, Macgo Blu-ray player is a very useful Blu-ray tools you may need to watch movie directly on Mac. In order to watch on a widescreen, you need connect Apple TV and Mac first. THen follows the steps
http://www.macblurayplayer.com/how-to-play-bluray-via-apple-tv.htm

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Apple TV is a digital media receiver created by Apple Inc., which is designed to access digital content from the iOS devices, or any Mac OS X or Windows-based computer running to a high-definition widescreen television. Now Macgo Blu-ray Player offers a good solution of media fans to enjoy HD movie on widescreen. But you need connect the Apple TV with your Mac first.

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Yes, it's possible to watch the disc on your Apple TV, but you will have to rip the movie first. To do this, use MakeMKV to rip the uncompressed file to 1080p. Since it takes very much space, install Handbrake to encode it. Add the file, select the output as Apple TV, and wait for the process to be finished. Once you're done, transfer the file to Apple TV and you should have the possibility to play it in its native quality without any loss of audio or visual quality.

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Yes, it is possible to watch Blu-ray movies on your Apple TV, including the Apple TV 4. But you need to download the Blu-ray Player software Mac Blu-ray Player.

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