Apple OSX (Macbook, Macbook Pro, etc.)
We support native Apple OSX. Though we tested using the Macbook Pro, you can use any of Apple’s computers that run their OSX. The Macbook and Macbook Pro are on the more expensive side when it comes to players, but there is no content test that it doesn’t pass. Whether you have more basic content or dynamic content, this media player can keep up.
What does the manufacturer say about the Apple OSX?
Apple OSX gives you simpler, smarter ways to do the things you do most with your Mac. Like working in multiple apps at the same time using Split View. Searching for information with an even more helpful Spotlight. Keep your favorite websites handy with Pinned Sites. Managing your email with the full-screen view and swipe gestures. And turning notes into useful checklists. Improvements under the hood make your Mac snappier and more efficient for all kinds of everyday tasks — from opening PDFs to loading your email. And with Metal for Mac, you get faster and more fluid graphics performance in games and high-performance apps.
The next generation of Wi‑Fi isn’t just faster — it keeps MacBook Pro going strong even as more and more devices join the network. Ultra‑high bandwidth meets ultra‑versatility. Thunderbolt enables data transfer, charging, and video output all through a single port — and MacBook Pro has two of them.
Slide transition effects (?)
Element animations (?)
Ticker support (?)
Script injection (?)
Touch support (?)
Simple level playlist
Advanced level playlist
Zones (One zone) (?)
Zones (Multiple zones) (?)
Brand: Apple OSX
Model: Macbook PRO (Tested)
Apple OSX Catalina, 2.9 ghz., Intel i9 CPU, 32GB DDR4 ram, 1TB SSD internal storage, Radeon Pro 560x 4GB Ram GPU.