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    I am looking for an app to burn .mkv to DVD.
    I hves googled and found a few but none that seem to work or I am not using them in the right way or they just hang.
    Any idears ??

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    How do you mean burn .mkv files? Do you mean as .MKV (i.e. data files on the DVD) or convert them to VOB and then onto the DVD?
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    [quote name='robie' post='772878' date='29-Apr-2009 14:48']How do you mean burn .mkv files? Do you mean as .MKV (i.e. data files on the DVD) or convert them to VOB and then onto the DVD?[/quote]

    Robie.
    I have about 10 gig worth of .mkv files (matroska video)
    I want to burn these to DVD [.mkv] so I can play them on the DVD player in the car.

    Gus.

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    Try VSO software's "ConvertX to DVD" or a freeware from Effectmatrix (EM's free MKV to DVD converter)
    Maverick Tse

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    Hi Gus,

    Avi2DVD (freeware) wil accept Mkv format & author a DVD.
    AVI2DVD

    Neville

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    Quote Originally Posted by robie View Post
    How do you mean burn .mkv files? Do you mean as .MKV (i.e. data files on the DVD) or convert them to VOB and then onto the DVD?

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