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Why Chromebook Plus/Pro can't play Blu-ray files
Google, Samsung, Acer, HP, Asus, Toshiba, Lenovo all have released or will release their own Chromebook laptops. A Chromebook is a laptop running Chrome OS as its operating system. The devices are designed to be used primarily while connected to the Internet, with most applications and data residing "in the cloud". By connecting to the Google Drive, Chromebook allows you to store all of your videos, music and pictures. However, currently Chrome OS doesn't support the video codecs for Blu-ray Discs. If you wanna play Blu-ray on Chromebook, the easy and possible way is to convert Blu-ray to Chromebook compatible video files.
How to convert and play Blu-ray on Chromebook Plus/Pro
Nowadays, it is easy to watch Blu-ray video on Chromebook Plus/Pro without quality loss as long as you got a Blu-ray Ripping tool like Dimo Video Converter Ultimate in hand, which occupies the dominance over the rest due to its practical features, high quality & fast speed, coupled with ease of use. This program can professionally rip Blu-ray to Chromebook Plus/Pro supported video format with fast speed and excellent output quality. It will help you remove all the restrictions of Blu-ray, like AACS, Region code, BD+, latest MKB. If you're a Mac user, you can turn to Dimo Video Converter Ultimate for Mac. Just download the right program and follow the easy steps to complete the whole conversion in just a few clicks.