Exclusive Giveaway: Leawo Blu-ray Player

Leawo Blu-ray Player is a full featured Blu-ray Player that supports Blu-ray Discs, Blu-ray ISO files, and Blu-ray (BDMV) as well as all common video and audio formats without the need for additional codecs. Leawo Blu-ray Player not only plays Blu-ray & DVD discs with Blu-ray navigation menu, but also plays Blu-ray & DVD folders, ISO image files and other video files in all formats including WMV, MPEG, MP4, MTS, MKV, FLV, AVI and others. It outputs video at up to 1080p high-definition quality without loss of data and frame, and allows full preservation of all audio tracks (like AC3, DTS, AAC, multi-channel LPCM, TrueHD or DTS-HD sound), subtitle streams, chapter markers and videos.

Furthermore, the region-free feature of the Leawo Blu-ray Player makes it able to play back Blu-ray discs of all region codes, no matter the Blu-ray discs are released in Region A (North America), Region B (Europe and Africa), or Region C (China, Japan, and Russia).

Leawo Blu-ray Player includes all the standard features including dynamic video settings, subtitles selecting, audio track switching, playlists, full-screen playback, brightness, image adjustments (brightness, contrast, saturation), Windows 8 compatibility and more.

Giveaway!

All the Neowin readers can get a licensed copy of this versatile Blu-ray Player for FREE which worth $59.95. It’s a time-limited campaign, meaning that its free for all users and visitors for a period of time (from August 16 to August 18).

Download Leawo Blu-ray Player from here, or view more information on the official website.

 

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I actually like the software, but with one caveat--is there any way to set it for "always on top," like most other video players? (Including Windows Media Player, VLC, etc.?) I'd like to be able to keep the video window on top of other apps (like IE or Firefox) while I'm watching a DVD, but I can't find the setting for it.

Chill out, people, it's a Giveaway and that means you get something for FREE, without paying for it. There's no need to argue over it.

Uh NO!!!!!! I work at a Gun Manufacturing Facility in Teaxs. I understand Neowin has become full of Haters over the years. That's why I very rarely post here anymore. I was just commenting on my experience using this software. Btw my 13yr daughter likes using also. Does that make her an employee.?

No, it's just that everyone who's actually used the program realises it doesn't actually play most blu ray's back properly, and in you come with a conveniently worded story to the contrary.

I just watched two dvd's and two Blu-ray movies. I must say it worked perfect. No issues what so ever. I have my HTPC hooked up Hdmi to my receiver and no sync issue's at all. Not sure what caused your problems. I like it a lot. More control over audio and video settings than Power and Win dvd.

got the program thinking hey this is pretty sweet deal free blu ray player hmmm well

it kinda suuuucks still using vlc its the best media player an it's free .

It's pretty worthless.

Out of the 5 blu rays I asked it to play, it played 1 properly, couldn't read 2, and the other 3 it seemed to play back at 10FPS with out of sync audio and graphical distortion.

Playing the same discs with a combination of AnyDVDHD and MPC works for all of them. The caveat there is sometimes MPC mangles the scene order and mixes in special features.

One day we'll get a proper blu-ray playback option. Damn Sony and there ridiculous media restriction.

Wakers said,
It's pretty worthless.

Out of the 5 blu rays I asked it to play, it played 1 properly, couldn't read 2, and the other 3 it seemed to play back at 10FPS with out of sync audio and graphical distortion.

Playing the same discs with a combination of AnyDVDHD and MPC works for all of them. The caveat there is sometimes MPC mangles the scene order and mixes in special features.

One day we'll get a proper blu-ray playback option. Damn Sony and there ridiculous media restriction.

Thank you for the feedback, I was hoping somebody would share their experience/opinion.

Also, that is a pretty ****ing huge caveat, or do you mean it only mangles the scene order in the menus?

On the odd blu ray (Sherlock Holmes movies are the only two I've noticed) - if you just try to open the blu ray, it will start playing the director's commentary (you can't access blu ray menus on PC for the most part) and sometimes it will throw the odd movie scene in.

The solution is to find the individual scene files and open the first one, when it finishes the movie will stop but you can just press next in MPC and it will play the correct scene afterwards.

It's annoying, there's no decent way to play blu-ray on PC. You can spend $80 on a "premium" suite like PowerDVD and it will play 1/10 blu rays properly, the others with some problems and 1 or 2 just don't work.

As far as I can tell this is down to how Sony have designed blu ray playback.

The software in question here though is utterly useless. It's easily the worst attempt at blu ray playback I've seen so far.

I've only had a few experiences with bluray playback on a pc, and none of them were good.

I was kinda hoping that things had progressed, but apparently not.

I say hoping, but in reality, I couldn't give two squirts. I only have one machine capable of playing blu ray's, and that is a PS3 that is largely gathering dust.

Ill gotten encodes ftw

DARKFiB3R said,
I've only had a few experiences with bluray playback on a pc, and none of them were good.

PowerDVD works perfectly for me.

It imporved a lot in since version 10.