how do i burn a .mkv file to DVD?

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ok i’ve tried the first suggestion for converting mkv to avi and then burning but i cant get through step 1. I did what you said, and the program pops an error message when i try to save in avi. It says : The source video stream uses a converssion algorithm wich is not compatible with AVI files. Direct stream copy cannot be used with this video stream.

Anyone has a clue? plz help reply

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i just downloaded Combined-Community-Codec-Pack-2007-07-22 like Jam said it from http://downloads.matroska.org/packs/

and when its is done installing it will ask u to go fix the setting and on one of the setting i just clicked on the option to play mkv. file with media player classic. and thats it when i clicked on my movie file it start playing..

thank you JAM reply

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okay I 2MKv files and a SFV file nad I’ve followed soe preiou info about converting them into avi. But I’m still having trouble with it can som etake me through it step by step? reply

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Cptn_Sargos wrote:
Use a prog like Isobuster to ectract them to the desktop. Then use a burning app like Nero, drag the files and burn them.

Cptn_Sargos--->>>
RE: Awesome post. Isobuster worked great in corporation of Nero to get my mkv files on DVD. Thanks!! reply

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Cptn_Sargos wrote:
Use a prog like Isobuster to ectract them to the desktop. Then use a burning app like Nero, drag the files and burn them.

Cptn_Sargos--->>>
RE: Awesome post. Isobuster worked great in corporation of Nero to get my mkv files on DVD. Thanks!! reply

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Just use ConvertXtoDVD by VSO Software. The Program has built in support for MKV files and can encode into standard DVD-5 or DVD-9.

Download the trial copy and buy the registration code. It is well worth the investment with compatibility to multiple formats and free updates. reply

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Use a program to convert MKV to DVD, the process is simple and quick. Download the conversion tool from: http://www.sharewareguide.net/Audio-Multimedia/Video-Tools/movkit-batch-video-converter.html reply

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shall i tell you what pisses me off about these people?

They bring these releases out so that they can share them with others in the community.

So...........WHY THE FUCK choose to use a fukin stupid file format like MKV when he could have just used AVI.

There is absolutely NO explanation other than the fact that the guy is obviously a COMPLETE twat !

Fukin noobies ! Stick to what you know and go back to fukin sheep for a living ! reply

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Hey just to uinfrom you guys if you want to convert an MKV file to avi. or anthing else I recommend for you guys to use Magic Video Converter it’s great and it really works.
Hope you guys try it. reply

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I found a program that it would work its called ConvertXtoDVD and it support mkv

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ConvertXtoDVD is a video converter software to convert and burn your videos to DVD. With ConvertXtoDVD and a few clicks you can backup your movies to DVD playable on any home DVD player.

ConvertXtoDVD supports most popular formats such as AVI to DVD; Mpeg, Mpeg, Mpeg4, MP4, VOB, WMV, DV and stream formats to DVD. It converts your files into a compliant DVD Video set of files and burns it on a DVD media. The ConvertXtoDvd does not need an external AVI codec download. It uses its own AVI codecs.

Looking for free video converter software? ConvertXtoDVD is free video converter evaluation software - a small payment and you no longer have the VSO watermark on the video output.

The aspect ratio can be automatically selected or forced to a specific format. The program works for NTSC and PAL video formats and creates chapters automatically. Multiple audio tracks are supported. Version 2 uses a completely rewritten interface with subtitles support and a lot of new settings.

VSO ConvertXtoDVD is neither affiliated with, nor using technology from Divx Networks!

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O sorry I forgot to tell you guys it support Subtitles

sorry for my english reply

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Okay, so I have been reading this thread for a bit, and trying several recommendations. Guys, for the least amount of headache, as someone recommended somewhere in this long thread, download and install the program “Super”. Its free, and can be found at http://www.erightsoft.com/SUPER.html
Trust me, its way better that that other program Matrosky. Cause if you go that route, it requires two additional programs(an extracter and merger). Super does everything for you.
Also, I tried WinAvi, but the problem was that it didnt copy the audio.
Super takes some time to convert, but it works
Also, be prepared that this converting will take some considerable time. The only thing I didnt check in Super is whether or not it will copy subtitles as well. reply

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Hi people. I didn’t really read the entire topic, it’s 215 posts long already...

I tried to burn a DVD with a Matroska video and it burnt supposedly successfully, but, when I go watch the burnt video, it is 10-15min shorter. Is it usual? Is it really needed to convert it to an AVI file to burn the video complete?

Thanks in advance.

J reply

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hi everyone, i also have a number of HD MKV files which are about 6 or 7 gigs and was wondering whether there was anyway to burn them onto a dual layer disk while maintaining the HD resolution? i already have a DL burner and a HD DVD player. reply

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Matroska sucks shit, damn, Just give something I can burn to DVD while all you eggheads develop the best package or whatever the fuck it is. I don’t give a shit. I want DVD now. reply

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I’m in the same boat as BingoL, I have a HD mkv clip (2 Gigs) that I want to burn to DVD, surprisingly I’m having a tough time running it on my Powerbook even with 1.5G RAM. I downloaded programs like DVD creator and MoKgVm2DVD, and still no luck. I just want to watch my MKV file on my DVD player- :( Help please? reply

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DVD Santa does not support .mkv files..

Any news on the partner-front? reply

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allright.. EVERYBODDY never,ever again burn og make any *mkv files.. okay!!! reply

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You can also use “Total Video Converter” which can convert .mkv Files to .avi The quality of the Video is very good with only a small degrade in framerate. you can get the Prog by doing a search on the Warez sites. reply

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Try this Avi2Dvd By TrustFm, seems to have all the answers. reply

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