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luismgochoa 31st March 2007 09:53 PM

.MKV files
 
How can i convert .mkv files into .avi .mpg .mp4, etc. i need to burn the files in DVD's cause with .mkv i can't burn them. Thanks for helping

adicoto 31st March 2007 10:49 PM

You can burn them. Use DVD-UDF format when writing.

To transform them use VirtualDubMod

http://sourceforge.net/project/showf...ease_id=352709

or Total Video Converter

http://www.effectmatrix.com/total-video-converter/

J7N 1st April 2007 11:11 AM

There is no reason why you couldn't create a data disc with files of any format. Do you want to recompress your files to MPEG-2 and burn a Video DVD? MkvExtract together with MkvExtractGUI can be used to permanently split Matroska (mkv) container into elementary streams: audio, video and subtitles.

Although VirtualDubMod will be able to demultiplex audio from any file, it is not able to handle H.264/AVC video in its native format.

adicoto 1st April 2007 11:18 AM

@J7N
Usually mkv files are around 4,5 GB. You can't write such files on a data DVD unless you use UDF format.

@luismgochoa
If we talk about DVD9 files, get a DL disk and burn them, using same method.

SurlyDuff 1st April 2007 03:52 PM

Another simple method if the files are too big for a DVD is to use mkvmerge GUI to split the files into 2 smaller segments.

J7N 2nd April 2007 10:28 AM

Ah you were talking about those TV rips. Gotta learn to read between the lines.

adicoto 2nd April 2007 01:18 PM

Not necesarly TV. There is also BR and HD DVD :wink:

J7N 2nd April 2007 02:46 PM

There's also a real example of a rip release too big for a DVD+R. It's HD rip of "The Day After Tomorrow (2004)", probably meant to be written to a DVD-R. If this is the case, converting to MP4 won't help, since Matroska already has the lowest overhead.

adicoto 2nd April 2007 07:43 PM

My version is on a +R


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