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Old 8 May 2008, 12:50 PM   #1
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Default Trying to convert MKV for playback on my dvd player.

I have a DVD player which plays xvid/divx and other mpeg4 formats but it won't play MKV files I need a program that can split the MKV file, it has 2 languages japanese and enlish and 1 xvid video. The program will need to merge english audio with the xvid video as well.

I really hope I can split the files without altering the video quality or codecs, I want it's quality to remain the same.

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Try dvd flick? very good with MKV file and burn to dvd, you can add the sub srt too
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Extract the video and audio using mkvextractGUI. Now remux the XviD video and English audio using AVIMuxGUI and put them in an avi container. Now you can easily play them as your standalone is DivX/XviD compatible.
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Hey, so far i've extracted the english audio and the avi, using MKVextractGUI, then merged them using AVIMuxGUI. I ended up with a .mka file and i'm not sure how to make this an AVI.

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Nevermind, I figured it out thanks alot.

If anyone else needs to do this you download MKVtoolnix: http://www.videohelp.com/tools/MKVtoolnix Then download MKVextractGUI, and AVIMuxGUI. They're on the same site just use the search feature. Extract the zips into the same directory you installed MKVtoolnix. After you extract them open the GUI's with the exe files they come with.

The programs pretty self explanitory just do what paglamon said Extract the video and audio using mkvextractGUI. Now remux the video and audio using AVIMuxGUI and put them in an avi container. When you output the avi with AVIMuxGUI use generate data source from files befor pressing start.

Sorry for the double post.

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