- 1 Can I watch a DVD on my MacBook air?
- 2 How can I play a DVD on my Mac?
- 3 Why can’t I play a DVD on my Mac?
- 4 How do I use an external DVD player with my MacBook air?
- 5 Why does my MacBook Air have a DVD player?
- 6 Which MacBook has a DVD drive?
- 7 How can I play a DVD on my Mac without a DVD drive?
- 8 How do I get my DVD to play on my computer?
- 9 Can I connect a DVD player to my MacBook Pro?
- 10 How can I watch movies on my MacBook air?
Can I watch a DVD on my MacBook air?
MacBook Air and Mac mini do not support playing DVD movies or audio CD media with Remote Disc. In addition, some discs, such as game discs, may be copy-protected and are therefore unusable. To play DVD movies, audio CD media, or copy-protected discs on the MacBook Air or Mac mini, use the MacBook Air SuperDrive.
How can I play a DVD on my Mac?
Play a DVD movie file stored on your Mac
- In the DVD Player app on your Mac, Choose File > Open DVD Media.
- Navigate to the VIDEO_TS folder that contains the movie file you want to play, then click Open.
Why can’t I play a DVD on my Mac?
Mac won’t recognize DVD. Usually, when you insert your DVD disc improperly, have a corrupted disc or DVD drive, or your DVD drive driver goes outdated, your DVD will not be recognized/read, accordingly DVD failed to play on Mac.
How do I use an external DVD player with my MacBook air?
Use an External Optical Drive Once you’ve attached your external drive to your Mac, you can use it in exactly the same way as a built-in optical drive: simply insert the DVD or CD into the SuperDrive, and the relevant media- playing app should launch automatically.
Why does my MacBook Air have a DVD player?
The MacBook Air does not have a CD, DVD, or SuperDrive. The MacBook Air is designed to be as thin and as light as possible and so it does not include an optical drive of any kind. There are a couple of workarounds if you really need a CD or DVD drive. First, you can use Apple’s Remote Disc option to install programs.
Which MacBook has a DVD drive?
With the model lineup shuffle today, the 13- inch MacBook Pro remains the only Mac available today with an optical drive. Apple has committed to removing optical drives from all of its Macs over the years, but it’s possible that the company realized some — particularly students — may still need a DVD drive.
How can I play a DVD on my Mac without a DVD drive?
After you have, open the Control Panel, click Hardware and Sound, and then click DVD or CD Sharing Options. Check the “Enable DVD or CD Sharing” box here. Once you’ve enable the remote disc sharing on either a Mac or Windows computer, you can open the Finder on your Mac without a disc drive.
How do I get my DVD to play on my computer?
Typically, the disc will start playing automatically. If it does not play, or if you want to play a disc that is already inserted, open Windows Media Player, and then in the Player Library, select the disc name in the navigation pane. Read more Play a CD or DVD in Windows Media Player.
Can I connect a DVD player to my MacBook Pro?
There is no way to use that DVD player to watch DVDs on your MacBook Pro. That DVD player needs to be connected to a TV or monitor with a component video or standard video input.
How can I watch movies on my MacBook air?
On your Mac
- Click a movie or TV show.
- Click the Buy price, then click Purchase. To buy a season or Season Pass for a TV show, scroll down to How to Watch, then click Buy Seasons.
- To play your video, click. To download the video to your Mac, click.
- To find your movies and TV shows, go to the Library tab.