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thevisitorPosted at 2017-01-09 11:18:12(54 wks ago) (Technical Help / Convert MKV To Dvd Files.)


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I tried and deleted 6 programmes to Convert MKV to Dvd Files.
The one that worked perfect for me on Windows 10 developer was Freemake Video Converter.
I like hard copies of Bowie.  :D

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tel33Posted at 2017-01-19 17:19:15(52 wks ago) (Technical Help / Convert MKV To Dvd Files.)


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converting to dvd will always be a downgrade, no matter what. just saying...

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Same138Posted at 2017-01-19 19:26:47(52 wks ago) (Technical Help / Convert MKV To Dvd Files.)


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I've been using "Any Video Converter" which I downloaded free ages ago from www.download.cnet.com, it has a bunch of presets including PAL/NTSC DVD. I used it to drop the HD Montreux video, "DB Is Happening Now" and a bunch of others recently to give DVD copies to a luddite friend of mine, worked fine. It also rips certain web based videos as well.

Having said that it can be fiddly with MKV files but I have had success with it.

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thevisitorPosted at 2017-01-23 11:30:59(52 wks ago) (Technical Help / Convert MKV To Dvd Files.)


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converting to dvd will always be a downgrade, no matter what. just saying...

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I've been using "Any Video Converter" which I downloaded free ages ago from www.download.cnet.com, it has a bunch of presets including PAL/NTSC DVD. I used it to drop the HD Montreux video, "DB Is Happening Now" and a bunch of others recently to give DVD copies to a luddite friend of mine, worked fine. It also rips certain web based videos as well.

Having said that it can be fiddly with MKV files but I have had success with it.

Thank You both 4 ur advice.
I guess i downgrade these files to dvd because of my out of date equipment,now i only have one hdmi lcd monitor connected to a HD laptop i fixed up for my internet (75GB/2GB Ram), which when my son was here i made a audio cable to my power amp and speakers, but what crap sound from a headphone jack > amp.
So when i have my musical soirée's that involve liquor and loud music, i can play cd's, dvd's, dvdr- etc on one of two players with good cables > amp > esm speakers.
My fav is my Sony player that is quite fussy when it comes to burnt stuff, but sounds superb thru a digital cable, it has a toslink cable also but that doesn't sound as good to me.
Sadly the monitor for this doesn't have hdmi, so RGB is the best, second s video cable (yes it is quite old).
Don't get me going on the subs, or the Yamaha amp, which has a leaking capacitor,causing the unit to go into safety shutdown mode, so i leave it on all the time, and my Bowie mate came around to view Bowie @ BBC ( which he said he preferred to The Last Five Years).
He bloody powered the amp down !.
But after dragging an old 2 channel Yam power amp out installing it, then trying random buttons on the more modern amp, got it powered up again, have now made a big warning sign on it.

I did have another Panasonic lcd with no pedestal then my cat let a mouse go in the house, u can guess the rest the lcd ended up in a skip.

So yeah it's life on the edge my end, but is all in the cabling bro/bro-ettes.   :D  :(

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neilwilkesPosted at 2017-02-10 10:46:58(49 wks ago) (Technical Help / Convert MKV To Dvd Files.)


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You do not need to downgrade to DVD!!
Almost all modern Blu-ray & most DVD players will also handle file based playback from ROM disc or even from a USB drive attached. Even the cheap ones will usually do this.
Leave the films as they are - see if your set top will read them. If it will not, break out it's manual & see what it will play. There are enough cheap or free video converters out there. Personally I would drop them into Premiere Pro CC, interpret the footage correctly & run an MP4 H264 file with quicktime flags enabled too. Simples. No degradation necessary - re-encode in same quality (ie rewrap it) so no generational loss. This is a trick we use in Post Production all the time.

I now have my Oppo BDP-105 set up to decode everything internally, running dedicated 2-channel balanced analogue out as well as 6-channel RCA analogue for surround titles into a power amplifier with the video going directly to the display over HDMI. Works a treat off of USB3 HDD drives so am currently backing everything up to FLAC stereo on one & FLAC 5.1 on the other, with all video on a third. Gradually ripping all DVD and dumping the rips straight to an MP4 re-wrap with zero quality drop as there is no re-encoding going on. It's the only way to fly!

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paperdragonPosted at 2017-02-11 08:47:39(49 wks ago) (Technical Help / Convert MKV To Dvd Files.)
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SteveboyPosted at 2017-02-12 15:56:40(49 wks ago) (Technical Help / Convert MKV To Dvd Files.)


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Going in the reverse direction DVD to MKV there is an excellent free converter called 'MAKE MKV' it's a 30 day trial app you have to re-new every 30 days but no limit on how many times you renew.
Converts Video_TS folders from the HDD as well as dVD discs.

Well worth a try if you are into that sort of stuff.

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paperdragonPosted at 2017-02-13 17:01:43(49 wks ago) (Technical Help / Convert MKV To Dvd Files.)
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I use MakeMKV and it's companion, MKVToolNix (in Ubuntu) on a near daily basis. Almost everything in my torrent folder is DVD, for the people on this site, but the stuff in my collection is all MKV (H.264) / FLAC. Oh, and the Linux version of MakeMKV isn't a trial. It's just free.

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neilwilkesPosted at 2017-02-13 18:16:31(49 wks ago) (Technical Help / Convert MKV To Dvd Files.)


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paperdragon wrote:

Ah, a man after my own heart....

Don't get me wrong though - I still think for myself that replicated content is king.

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edenfusionPosted at 2018-01-11 13:19:21(1 wk ago) (Technical Help / Convert MKV To Dvd Files.)
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Othetwise,you can try Virtual Dub, some settings are quite hard to select but the result is absolutly great.
You can convert to MPEG or in ISO to burn a direct DVD (conversion can be long).



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V2DonatedPosted at 2018-01-12 15:46:09(1 wk ago) (Technical Help / Convert MKV To Dvd Files.)


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Is there a Macintosh convertor to recommend?



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edenfusionPosted at 2018-01-16 11:16:30(1 wk ago) (Technical Help / Convert MKV To Dvd Files.)
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V2 wrote:

Is there a Macintosh convertor to recommend?

Ifunia

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ruudPosted at 2018-01-17 22:40:00(6 days ago) (Technical Help / Convert MKV To Dvd Files.)


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V2 wrote:

Is there a Macintosh convertor to recommend?

If you need to change the container only (so MKV with H264 to MP4), I recommend Subler. You should always try this as a first option, as it doesn't require re-encoding. This means there's no quality loss and no endless waiting for a conversion.

For DVD rips to MP4, nothing beats Handbrake. If you don't mind paying for software, iFFMeg is a great option as well.

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