Enabling Blu-Ray Playback Support On Fedora Linux
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 27 August 2015 at 09:45 AM EDT. 5 Comments
FEDORA --
Enabling Blu-Ray video playback support under Linux can be a bit cumbersome, but with the right package repositories can be made a whole lot easier.

If you're a Fedora Linux user and have been wanting to enable playback support of your legal Blu-ray discs, Fedora developer Simone Caronni has written a lengthy blog post covering this process. The Blu-ray support can be obtained via the RPM Fusion and HandBrake/MakeMKV repositories, complete with the steps for open-source AACS/BD+ decryption, a proprietary AACS/BD+ decryption alternative, and enabling BD-J Java support.

Visit Carroni's blog if you're interested in enabling Blu-Ray support under Fedora.

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