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Giveaway of the day — Leawo Blu-ray Player 1.5.0

Genießt Blu-rays, DVDs und HD-Filme mit Leawo Blu-ray Player. KOSTENLOS auf GOTD!
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Leawo Blu-ray Player 1.5.0 war am 24. Mai 2014! als Giveaway verfügbar!

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Leistungsstark und umfassend ist der Leawo Blu-ray Player in der Lage, Blu-ray/DVD Disks, Videos und bis zu 1080p HD Videos problemlos auf Windows 8 abzuspielen. Als eine professionelle Blu-ray/DVD Media Player Software kann Leawo Blu-ray Player alle Arten von Blu-rays und DVDs auf Windows 8 wiedergeben. Die umfassende Wiedergabe- Navigation innerhalb dieser Blu-ray-Player Software ermöglicht es Ihnen, Blu-ray/DVD oder Video-Inhalte leicht anzuschauen

ISO-Dateien können direkt zum Abspielen hochgeladen werden. Das Tool spiel Videos in AVI, MPEG, WMV, MP4, FLV, RMVB, MOV, Xvid, 3GP usw. sowie bis zu 1080P HD Videos in HD MP4, HD AVI, HD MOV, HD TS, HD TRP, HD VOB, HD MPG, HD WMV, HD ASF problemlos ab. Darüber hinaus unterstützt es Audio-Verschlüsselungssysteme wie DTS-5.1 Audio sowie Technologien wie z.B. Dolby, DTS, AAC, TrueHD, DTS-HD usw.

Wichtig: Leawo Software ist darüber informiert, dass Kunden manchmal auf ihre Registrierungscodes länger warten müssen aufgrund des hohen Traffics auf unserem Server. In einem solchen Fall könnt ihr uns über Facebook oder Email kontaktieren, um den Code innerhalb von 24 Stunden zu bekommen.

System-anforderungen:

Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1; Processor: 1 GHz or above Intel/AMD Processor; RAM: 512MB RAM (1024MB or above recommended)

Herausgeber:

Leawo Software

Homepage:

http://www.leawo.org/blu-ray-player/

Dateigröße:

53.5 MB

Preis:

$59.95

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#6

Gutes Programm, lässt sich gut bedienen, spielt DVD und Dateien ohne Probleme ab.



Danke für das Programm

Antworten   |   Alexander  –  6 years ago  –  War dieser Kommentar hilfreich? Ja | Nein (0)
#5

Spielt auch BluRay-Isos ab !
Sehr übersichtlich und doch viele Voreinstelloptionen.
Spielt auch andere kryptische Dateiformate ab. Bis 1080p geht alles einwandfrei. Keine Ahnung, ob's ne zeitliche Limitierung gibt, aber diese Software kommt für die Reise auch auf alle Laptops.
Dann lönnen die BDs zuhause bleiben :-)

Antworten   |   SoilantGreen  –  6 years ago  –  War dieser Kommentar hilfreich? Ja | Nein (0)
#4

Irgendwann ist doch genug mit dem Blu-ray Zeugs, den Convertern, Playern, Ripper, Kopierer, Editoren. Fast baugleiche Tools von diversen Klítschen braucht doch niemand in mehrfacher Ausführung. Nein Danke, heute war wieder nichts passendes dabei.

Antworten   |   golem  –  6 years ago  –  War dieser Kommentar hilfreich? Ja | Nein (0)
#3

Problem with playing my Blu-rays:

Program registered correct, but if I want to start playing the Blu-ray a message appears, that my PC can't be recognized by the Server of Leawo.

So what's going wrong?

Antworten   |   Carstilein  –  6 years ago  –  War dieser Kommentar hilfreich? Ja | Nein (0)
#2

Also das Tool tut was es soll. Einfach über den Link in der Redme den Regcode anfordern und die Trialversion vom Hersteller damit freischalten, dann klappts auch ohne Gifaway zeitbegrenzung ;)
Einziger Minuspunkt: Das Programm braucht während der Startphase eine Verbindung ins Internet (um die Lizenz zu überprüfen oder warum?).

Antworten   |   Juergen  –  6 years ago  –  War dieser Kommentar hilfreich? Ja | Nein (0)
#1

Link auf die Herstellerseite benutzen, Setup-File von dort donwloaden und installieren. Link aus der readme-Datei des Zip-Ordners verwenden und Key anfordern.
Die Software präsentiert sich einfach und relativ schlank, und auch auf Deutsch (für die, die eine Aversion gegen englischsprachige Software haben).
Die Einstellungen sind schnell und einfach händelbar.
NVIDIA-GPU-Beschleunigung wird unterstützt.
Also viel Spaß für alle, die sich noch nocht für einen Converter entschieden haben.
Für Freeware-Fans alternativ: Xmedia Recode, SUPER und Format Factory.
Xmedia Reco z.G. bietet mehr Einstellungsmöglichkeiten, unterstützt mehrere Ausgabegeräte und wird ständig aktualisiert. Einfach mal die Website besuchen und Software testen.

Antworten   |   brotherhut  –  6 years ago  –  War dieser Kommentar hilfreich? Ja | Nein (0)
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#5

Installed and registered without problems on a Win 8.1 Pro 64 bit system.

A Chinese (Shenzen Moyea Software) company without name and address - and a funny copy and paste "privacy statement"...

5. Our companywide commitment to your privacy
This policy covers the Intel Corporate website and is applicable worldwide. To make sure your personal information is secure, we communicate these guidelines to Leawo employees and strictly enforce privacy safeguards within the company.


Intel is surely a reliable company, why not copy their privacy statement? ;-)

We had had the pervious version Leawo Blu-ray Player 1.4.0.47 on December 23th, 2013.

Here are the old reviews :

http://www.giveawayoftheday.com/leawo-blu-ray-player/

ooops!

I read this now for the first time :
We’ve selected 5 best comments and each single of them will be rewarded with a $100 Amazon Gift Card as grand Christmas gifts.

No, I have not asked for the Gift Card. I have to check this eMail address more often...

Back to the program.

A modern interface, for me a very good example of good programming, the way to chance preferences, the clear colors. I repeat my first impression :

Tested with a blue ray disk. I cannot tell anything about the video quality, because I see no real difference between different players. So I let answer my feeling. It looks good and makes a perfect impression. THE most modern player.

Will stay on my computer. (*)


(*) In the meantime I have thrown the version 1.4 from my computer. The time to load a video was much too long. It took at least 30 seconds. This version 1.5 loads much faster. That's good.

Don't think about the missing updates. I think we'll get the next version again on GOTD.

Thank you GOTD and Laewo!

Karl  –  6 years ago  –  War dieser Kommentar hilfreich? Ja | Nein (+85)
#4

My suggestion:

http://www.winxdvd.com/resource/free-blu-ray-player.htm

Free and always updatable!!

Giovanni  –  6 years ago  –  War dieser Kommentar hilfreich? Ja | Nein (+75)
#3

I downloaded the previous version but deleted it from my system after about a week because the program insisted on being the default player for disks. Regardless of what I did, I could not keep it from trying to be my default player. I emailed Leawo to ask if there was a way of stopping this behavior. I still haven't received a response from them.

If someone verifies that this behavior is no longer a problem, I'll download it again.

DocSid  –  6 years ago  –  War dieser Kommentar hilfreich? Ja | Nein (+12)
#2

Leawo's Blu-Ray Player is a nice adaption of the excellent XBMC media center software [xbmc.org] that does what XBMC alone cannot -- play the Blu-Ray discs you buy or rent. It does this the same way as the DVDFab player & similar, by contacting the company's server(s) for info on how to handle a disc's DRM, so on-line access is generally a must with these players. If/when you buy it, part of what you're paying for is continued access to that databank -- the main alternative is to buy player software licensed by the Blu-Ray & DVD organizations, including paying for version upgrades so you can continue to receive updates to handle that evolving DRM. Another alternative is to use something like AnyDVD HD or DVDFab Passkey -- both act as middlemen to handle DVD & Blu-Ray DRM, presenting Windows & Windows software with what looks & works like a non-DRM disc. And then of course you still need a player...

Depending on the player software, your level of experience, & the disc itself, if you use something like AnyDVD HD or Passkey, you can often get away with using most players -- the biggest wrinkle in that strategy, especially with Blu-Ray discs, is that you sometimes need to play a playlist rather than a single file, since video can be spread across many files. When you choose the wrong playlist, or when software gets the DRM end of things wrong, it often shows up as video that stops playing, or plays segments in the wrong order, or has segments missing, all because the wrong playlist was chosen, & with Blu-Ray there can be a LOT of alternative playlists as DRM.

Moving beyond the DRM end of things, the Leawo Blu-Ray Player is designed as media center or home theater software -- that means the interface or GUI is suitable for controlling with a remote on a [HD]TV screen... most people do not want to get up from the couch to work with a keyboard &/or mouse.

An increasing number of people however are starting to use their cell phones and/or tablets as a remote... some tablets will work directly with an IR sensor, or cells/tablets can use software that connects to a PC/laptop &/or networked media player box or Smart TV. If that's you're cup of tea you might look into the different XBMC & compatible Android apps for example, to see if they might work with Leawo's Blu-Ray Player. You can find that capability with Cyberlink's software, but then something like PowerDVD Ultra is probably going to run you around $100 if not more.

Installation is straightforward, with everything in the program's folder until the 1st time you start the app, when a 2nd folder's added to the Users\ [UseName]\ AppData\ Roaming folder. Registration works by using the shortcut keys to paste the key [CTRL + V], but only when the software's run as admin. -- you'll get a registered message box popping up. Needed Registry entries are very minimal, but installation will associate all sorts of file name extensions with the player -- if/when you double click a media file it'll open in the Leawo Blu-Ray Player. If that bothers you, you could try either switching things back using the controls in your favored software, or reinstall that favored software, or use a VM or Time Freeze [or similar] or Universal Extracter to get a copy of the program's folder, running the software from that without the install.

This is BTW the same version that I had from the end of December, 2013 -- per Microsoft's Windiff, the only change in the program's folder is the home page link [plus of course the 3 uninstall files that are added].

If it's any help...
videohelp.com/tools/sections/decrypters-bd-hd-dvd
videohelp.com/tools/sections/video-players
videohelp.com/tools/sections/htpc
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#1: "A Chinese (Shenzen Moyea Software) company without name and address – and a funny copy and paste “privacy statement”…"

I believe it's a fairly large company, though not as western-centric as some other Chinese software developers/sellers, which *may* explain the copied legalese.

"Tested with a blue ray disk. I cannot tell anything about the video quality, because I see no real difference between different players. So I let answer my feeling. It looks good and makes a perfect impression."

The video on a Blu-Ray is what is is, so if a PC/laptop can handle it well, there will be no difference. You can sometimes adjust the display, much the same way you can adjust the display with most HDTVs, & that may make things look better to *you*, but that's a matter of personal taste. Some people also like to use MadVR, feeling it does a better job of rendering video than what comes built in with Windows.

* * *

#5: "My suggestion: winxdvd.com/resource/free-blu-ray-player.htm. Free and always updatable!!"

If it works for you great, & I really mean that. The ad copy on the free player page is out of date &/or just plain inaccurate. Common sense I think suggests that there is always a reason if/when developers work to improve a product. If it's open source, it's their altruistic nature. If they sell the product, then it's to improve sales & customer loyalty. In the case of a free player or app from a company that sells software, it's free for good PR & to hopefully entice you to buy some of their other software -- I don't imagine near the same effort has gone & will go into its development as compared to software that puts dinner on the table.

* * *

#9: "It does not fully understand disk menus. I put a disk in, when I got to the main menu I went into scene selection. This menu had the standard “next”, “previous” and “main menu” choices. “Next” and “previous” worked, but trying to return to the main menu did not."

The menu system on a retail video DVD can be a bit iffy with any software player. Part of it is the DRM -- to get around it sometimes parts of the DVD's scripting is skipped, plus they often try to break retail video DVDs, walking a very fine line between out of spec & still playable on stand alone players. Making it worse, there's usually more than one way to do things in that internal scripting, & the spec itself is rather limited, so many advanced menu options use tricks that usually work but aren't actually in the spec -- mileage with players varies. And finally DVD players work with the functions most often used, but there are functions in the spec almost no player will handle -- it's rare for anyone to use those on a DVD, but it does happen.

Blu-Ray discs are another ball game. Blu-Ray discs can function a lot like DVDs, or like the retail video discs, they can rely on Java to control the disc, its menus, special features, & add DRM. Software that bypasses that DRM can't re-write the Java code to remove any DRM features, so things can get iffy depending on the Java code that's written just for that movie's discs -- there is no one chunk of Java coding that every disc can just re-use, so for every movie those discs have their own menus & their own Java code to make those menus work.

The only other option when it comes to players is to use a licensed player, e.g. Nero or WinDVD or PowerDVD etc. Rather than attempt to bypass the DRM they'll work with it. That doesn't mean every player will work great, or necessarily work at all with every disc, but PowerDVD, I think the most expensive of the lot, will usually work OK.

* * *

#29: "winxdvd doesn’t appear to play .ISO file. I like to store my HD video on .ISO file because it’s a 1:1 copy of the disc so the quality is excellent (downside large file size but storage is cheap) and also because the file is all set to burn if I need a copy on disc. DVDfab free version only rips to bluray file or ISO and I prefer ISO for the “click” on file convenience within my HTPC.
On a side note has anyone noticed that ever since DVDfab switched websites, when the software makes a copy of the of a Bluray the copy does not have the copy protection stripped out. With the copy protection not stripped out of the file the file can’t be transcoded with most software."


1) there's no difference between a DVD/Blu-Ray ISO & the same files in a DVD/Blu-Ray layout on a HDD. Some players & player versions will only work with ISOs on the HDD, which is where I think the trend to use ISOs started. Some Blu-Ray discs won't play properly unless they're in a ISO & mounted in a virtual drive, particularly regarding Java menus. Fengtao [DVDFab] has free virtual drive software & a system for creating mini-ISOs that may work well for some folks. If your software will only burn ISO files, you're probably using the wrong software.

2) I don't use DVDFab -- I have read that there were a couple of initial problems in the rush to get things working again, & that once things returned to normal those problems went away.

* * *

#33: "If someone could find a way if its posible to used dvd drive. To read bluray disc and play it back on computer. "

It's physically impossible -- Blu-Ray refers to the type of laser used, which is different than the lasers in a DVD drive. You can however put Blu-Ray content on a regular DVD disc. It's actually part of the Blu-Ray spec, so players should handle it well.

mike  –  6 years ago  –  War dieser Kommentar hilfreich? Ja | Nein (+10)
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RESPONSE TO: Comment by Giovanni — May 24th, 2014 at 4:49 am
My suggestion:
http://www.winxdvd.com/resource/free-blu-ray-player.htm
Free and always updatable!!

I took your advice and downloaded your provided Link. It responded with TRIAL VERSION (Unregistered copy), then prompts me to PURCHASE (A Free Copy that is always UPDATEABLE)??

It Prompts me to enter a LICENSE CODE that will be emailed to me after purchase????
FREE AND UPDATEABLE??

Earl "LeeBird" Hayes  –  6 years ago  –  War dieser Kommentar hilfreich? Ja | Nein (+10)

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