any1 know a player/codec for .mkv files?!?

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MKV Rules, some people want to play MKV movies in 1080p res and high res 5.1 audio with old computers and that’s not MKV fault, an AVI with DVD quality requires 5 or 6 times less processing power and bandwith, a lot of old CPU’s and even old BUS´s to handle. The new Atom 1,6Ghz isn´t capable of playing(fluid) a MKV with 720p x.264 with 5.1 DD sound, also my P4 2.0 fails. MKV can pack extremely high quality video and audio and old machines can´t suport it, it’s like playing Crysis or GTA IV on a lame computer, you can´t blame the game that your machine suck. There are also many people who install all the codec packs they find and it´s natural to crash when it opens some kind of more complex files. Reinstall windows, put the right drivers (chipset, video and sound are extremely important) and install CCCP and try all the MKV files you want and you will have no trouble playing MKV´s unless your hardware is limited somehow. reply

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You don´t even need a codec to play it if You choose Media Player Classic Home Cinema 1.2.908,VLC Player,Gom Player,MPlayer...(there are a few more freeware´s out there).For coding ( again,I´m talkin´´bout free stuff),You have Media Coder,...,(my favourite)ASXGui !!! reply

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Hi, I’ve downloaded a show and it says is in mkv file however the file type shows its 015 file. So I’m kinda confuse what file type is this? This is the file name Boys.Before.Flowers.E01.720p.HDTV.x264.mkv I’ve used VLC and Media Player Classic to open it but it failed. So is there anyone kind enough to tell me how to open this show? Thanks. reply

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Hey! I have a problem. I can watch MKV files just fine on QuickTime Player, but I can’t see the subs. And I’m sure it came with subs.

Do I use the same codec others use when they can’t watch MKV at all? I’d rather use WMP, but I have divx. reply

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Hey guys this software is fantastic www.moovida.com
It arranges all your music,videos,Tv shows ect adding the correct art work with a simple user interface with loads more to offer. Any yes it plays .MKV files :)

Enjoy it !! reply

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Hey guys this software is fantastic www.moovida.com
It arranges all your music,videos,Tv shows ect adding the correct art work with a simple user interface with loads more to offer. Any yes it plays .MKV files :)

Enjoy it !! reply

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Hey guys this software is fantastic www.moovida.com
It arranges all your music,videos,Tv shows ect adding the correct art work with a simple user interface with loads more to offer. Any yes it plays .MKV files :)

Enjoy it !! reply

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someone wrote:
http://downloads.matroska.org/packs/
d/l the player + codec from here ;)

i used to solve my problem ..and i can now see mkv files along with others .thnk u so much reply

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Use VLC Player and forget about having any problems... :P reply

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I have a computer with a 3.2GHz P4 HT processor, 4 GB of RAM, and a 512MB NVIDIA 7800GT, am running karmic koala and I want to watch .MKV with VLC. I have went to matroska.org and downloaded + installed required libmatroska. Mind you, I first thought that because I was running Vista this caused my problem. I noticed that on my computers running Windows XP using VLC the same files that I cannot stand to watch with vista or Ubuntu 9.10 play flawlessly. At one point I had three operatings systems on this machine to test the playback of these files and YES windows XP played them perfectly with only 1 gb of ram. This doesnt make sense to me and I agree with the majority of the pissed off people on this forum. MKV sucks reply

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get a load of this - i tried to play a .mkv movie on my old Dual Core Desktop with 512MB RAM. All i got was the sound and no video. Then i played it on my Dell Latitude note-book with 2GB RAM and it plays just fine. (I used jetaudio7 and BTW VLC failed on both machines.) My Question is- is Memory an issue here? reply

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http://en.softonic.com/s/mkv-codec-windows-media-player reply

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I already install matroska diag and matroska pack in my k-lite codec pack but it’s still not working...
It’s says can’t rander files and haali media splitter says invalid first of ebml:00 ...
Can anyone help me plzzz??? reply

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Hello.

Recently, I keep having a problem with .mkv file. I’m playing it (it’s an anime) with Media Player Classic, which I’ve installed the K-Lite Codec Pack 5.83. Sometimes, it is perfect; the video and audio. But most of the time, the video will either lost its sound during playing or at the beginning.

I’ve tried to install some other software like KMPlayer. It starts well, seems to solve the problem. But today KMPlayer has also fail to produce sounds. (The fact that KMPlayer not playing the subtitile so well also annoys me.)

SOmeone please help me. I read some of the posts here, it said there may be too much Directx9 installed in my PC conflicting with each other. BUt how to solve it? Help me.. reply

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And yeah..I also used jetaudio and VLC to play it...but it’s still the same. reply

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This problem usually occurs when mkunicode.dll is missing from your system. This dll from can be downloaded from here.

http://dllcentral.com/mkunicode.dll/

Download it and then extract the downloaded zip file to the Windows System32 folder, which is located in Windows Drive.
Note: Windows drive is the drive in which your windows is installed.
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thx reply

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thanks reply

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thank you its helpfool

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