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    Default How do you burn a mkv file to DVD?

    My Win 7 DVD player doesn't recognise mkv files. When I use say Video2Dvd I get 'playback features not available on this disc

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    Try DVD Flick or FAVC:

    http://www.digital-digest.com/software/dvd_flick.html

    http://www.digital-digest.com/software/favc.html

    Both support MKV files as input, and will allow you to burn a DVD that works in any standalone DVD player.

    Note that you can make Windows 7 play MKV files without going through the conversion process, let me know if you need instructions.

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    dunno - DVDFlick doesnt recognise my mkv files - checking the other one out

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    I unzip the FAVC - nothing?

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    Try installing this:

    http://haali.su/mkv/

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    If installing Haali doesn't work, then you might want to try one of the codec packs (I recommend K-Lite Codec Pack Full: http://www.digital-digest.com/softwa...odec_pack.html).

    It's a bit like fishing with explosives, but it will get the job done, and as a bonus, also make MKV files work in Windows Media Player. Just make sure you pay attention to every step of the installer, especially in regards to file associations (which player will play which file format).

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    people usually use MPEG-2(VOB) to burning into DVD
    vob is the best format for dvd burning

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