How to Play DVDs on OS X Mavericks
After updating to OS X 10.9 Mavericks on Mac computers, many people's DVD players quit working. Probably, the DVD players are not compatible with Mavericks. Well, have the same problem? And feel very frustrated when you have a strong desire to watch your collection of DVD movies but the DVD player not working? Consider it done. This article here provides you with two surefire solutions to let you play DVDs on Mavericks easily.
- Part 1: Play DVDs on Mavericks with Wondershare Player for Mac
- Part 2: Play DVD movies on Mavericks by converting DVDs
Wondershare Player for Mac is a great DVD player for Mavericks. It allows you to play DVD movies and home DVDs on Mavericks in high quality. Besides DVDs, it can also play almost any other video and audio files, even media recording files with smartphone, camcorder, and most popular devices. So, you can use it as your only media player.
If you're used to the original DVD player on your Mac and don't want to change the DVD player, you can choose to convert your DVDs to a Mac natively supported video format by using Video Converter Ultimate for Mac. What's more, to convert DVDs, you're able to enjoy the DVD content in any place you want, such as iPhone, PSP, and so on.
1 Import your DVD files to this DVD converter for Mavericks
If your DVD files are not be stored on Mac, just insert your DVD disc into the DVD driver. And then, go to "File" menu and select "Load DVD Files..." to import the DVD file.
2 Select an appropriate output format
As we know, MOV is a QuickTime format, which is fully compatible with Mac. At the bottom of this app's pane, you can click the format icon to select MOV from Video category as the output format.
3Play DVDs on Mavericks by conversion
Click the blue big round button at the bottom-right corner of the window to start converting DVDs to the format you want. After conversion, you can find the output file according to the Output file pane. Now, just play the file with your own DVD player. Of course, you can make use of the file in other places like iTunes, iMovie, iPhone, etc.