brown55061: Yeah this didn't work for me on Win7 64-bit, having the 32-bit VLC player
installed. I did everything correctly. When trying to play a bluray disk it
says AACS library is not there.
TheEliteGuy: i didnt have to do anything..literally downloaded a blu ray movie(bonnie
and clyde 2013 720p) opened it with vlc and it worked
antred11: God, Blurays suck. Never had any issues with DVDs. Now with these freaking
Blurays you either have to shell out money for a commercial player or
fiddle around with free players that sadly won't work.
Pecola1FromScratch: Does this still work for VLC 2.1.3 Rincewind? I tried it and I couldn't get
it to work. Do I need to install the old (2.0) version of vlc for it to
viperswhip: Who installs things in the recommended folders? Lol, you probably shouldn't
since your new computer is likely running on an SSD, while VLC hardly needs
that, and ya, it's small, but all programs that don't need that should go
on a HD that's likely not your system drive. This doesn't work for me
anyway. If it's because I didn't install VLC (yes, for win 64) in the
default location, then as much as I have loved VLC in the past, we will now
Prince Vegeta: "No valid processing key found in AACS config file" .. lol
Calum A: Easy to understand. Workeds 5* on Windows 8 64 bit using VLC 32 bit.
I tried this on my own a few weeks back with no success. This works. Thanks
Tonmoy Kabiraj: Thank you so much for the instruction; it was really helpful!!
Paul Richardson: I am beginning to hate blue ray on a computer
TheKazragore: When I try and play a blu ray disc after doing this VLC just crashes =/
Stefanoples: I can play the ISO (with VLC media player), but without the 3D, Extra's en
Menu's. and that also goes with other programs
Kori h: This is a complete disaster. what a mess ive made of my comp, after several
hrs trying different things with different down loads , what a freaking
Paul Richardson: and this is the first one I have had, and it already don't work. This
sshadow2: You should probably note that on a 64bit version of windows, Programs Files
(x86) is for 32bit, not 64bit. Your directions in that regard are
backwards. Don't agree? Install a 32bit version VLC and look where it
installs. I'm using Win 8.1 Pro 64bit.
Thomas Hutchinson: I had the ""VLC is unable to open the MRL 'dvd:///E:/'. " problem and for
me, it was just that vlc tried to open the disk as a dvd. If I manually
opened from vlc itself and chose dvd, it works fine. Top menu > Media >
Disc > Blu-ray button, check the right device, play.
Peter Wall: Actually that is the wrong way around. Program files (X86) is the 32 bit
zx50: (x86) is the 32bit programs folder. I installed 32bit VLC and its program
files are in the (x86) programs folder. What this video's saying about this
Kyle Sandilands: Thanks heaps! worked a treat on 32 bit vlc
ms kumar: Thank you so much :)
Ccm Casey: It works fine, just make sure when you Open VLC that you select Blu Ray on
the VLC menu. Oh and by the way, (x86) actually means 32bit! So things in
\Program Files\ is actually 64bit! Who ever put the instructions up on
that whoknowsmy.name site must be a Linux guy! Anyway I had to put the one
listed under 32bit under my (x86) directory and it worked for me. No
issues. Good Luck!
Nathan Davidson: worked for me. Did tangled blu-ray. No judging that movie is bad ass
DaytimeSolo: non worked for me
coolgaara14: I'm trying to Star Trek Into Darkness but won't work. I have everyting done
correctly but it crashes when I try to play the bluray. The comment
somewhere below said something about the AACS file being outdated and won't
work on newer Bluray movies that came out. So I guess I'll need to buy a
software unless VLC comes out with an updated file.
John Cox: Thank you, sir! My external blu-ray player came with software, but it was
loaded with advertisements and was not a clean piece of software. VLC is
vashnator: this crap doesn't work
cr0uchingtiger: didn't work
XxGodlyxX: thank you!
Saxton Hale: I can now watch Blu-Ray films on Windows 8, so I can use my
headset/speakers to watch them on my tower, thanks! +1 like +1 subscribe
for being insanely helpful.
Z Green: not fair dude, linux has hax
erickrayos: don't work for me, it says no valid aacs.
Ferruccio Guicciardi: It works! Thanks! Wonderful!
smartass23t: Blu-Ray error:
"AACS Host certificate revoked." I used to be able to play certain blurays,
now NONE WORK.
hecticproduktionz: last time i buy a blu ray jeez they wonder why people pirate cant even
play 1 of the only movies I've bought
TriGGa X Clan: To much crap I'm not going through all that
Gexzumi: Thank you very much! The software which came with my Blu-ray drive never
worked, VLC works perfectly now!
DSISStudiosOffical: Thank you! You are a legend!
Edward Fominykh: Thanks, it worked perfectly.
Taylor Martin: When i using VLC to play blu-ray, but failed, after googled, i find UFUSoft
Blu-ray Player claimed to play blu-ray disc movies on windows, i download
and try it and successfully play them.
Faisal Yaqub: I keep getting a hundred and one errors
jose s: this method worked for me perfectly, double or triple check where you put
the libaccs,dll file and the key.cfg file, very easily to put them in the
wrong place, this video was the answer to my prayers, i'm using win7 32bit
with vlc player nightly v.2.2.0
Phillip Wister: I am used to drag and drop on dvd and files into vlc,
Had to go on open disc and hcose blueray for start it, but else then what i
am used to not work, this work ^_^ (windows 8.1 pro(64 -bit), asus
external 3.0 usb blueray burner, (had power-dvd iwth it who not work ))
thelastcopier: (5/25/14) I just used these instructions for Windows8.1 64bit and it
worked. Thanks for the video.
Timothy Ryan: I have no idea where you got that libaacs.dll file.
Andrew Harrington: VLC crashes every time I try to open a blu ray. Anyone else get this?
fragilenin: it works for me. download the latest windows 64 bit version. create the
aacs folder in apps data then roaming then copy key file there. then copy
.dll file to the programs (not programs x86) vlc folder. works perfectly.
Aaron Shimon: This honestly isn't worth the effort. Just purchase a BD player. It's
easier and fully supports all audio and special features.
John Greub: I tried both 32 and 64 bit versions and neither of them worked. Repeatedly
receiving "VLC is unable to open the MRL..."
Samuel Coppock: The 64 bit version only worked for me, but great. Thanks
Dustin Collins: Thank you so much!! Worked perfectly!