I have a Macbook 11.3 but I have no idea how the blu-ray player is connected. I have a Pioneer 50BDR-X05TS. I bought it when I was 8 years old and it was working all the time. Now, I don't know if it is compatible with the Catalina or the IOS update and MacBueR player. In the MacGo player I can only play one-way DVDs no BlueRay or BluRay discs.
Since 2004 Monterey's MacBluRayPlayer (OBD) is the only player to play 100% one--way HD-DVD and all BluRay codecs. Their player also works with Catalina, which makes theirs the only player that supports everything, including current BD-Live functions. Their free player is very basic and only plays 1-way DVDs. I have no idea which components, if any, are supported by the player.
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