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    FantasyStrike is offline Senior Member Always Around
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    Default Burning Program

    I need a program that is good for burning programs/games. Also I need a program that you can burn .mkv files to create a DVD disc.

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    Were you looking for something like Alcohol 120%?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Comp_Master View Post
    Were you looking for something like Alcohol 120%?
    Thats Burning programs/games. Now I need a program to burn .mkv's to make a DVD.

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    1) DVD Santa
    And hope it works!!

    If not...continue reading because you're in a world of a trouble.

    I hope you are only needing to encode 1 audio 1 subtitle.. why? latter.

    Shall we begin?

    Extract everything from the MKV
    Use AviSynth to convert the avi into mpv2!
    Use TMPGEnc to convert the mp3 into AC3/MP2
    Use Subtitle Workshop to remove the STR from the files.. if its not in ass that you need to convert into STR..

    Now the fun part..
    Why I asked if you were only encoding one audio/subtitle track?

    Because I only know that
    DVDMaestro and Scenarist NT, can encode multiples audio/subtitles tracks


    Now if you don't have theses professional softwares, you need another little step!

    you need to transform the video from SoftSubs to Hard subs, because:

    DVDLab,DVDit PE,SpruceUP only can handle 1video track, 1 audio track...
    NO Subtitles tracks!!!

    Ow, that is no fancy menu, or anything...
    "Chile is a thin and tall country"

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    I would recommend converting the .mkv files to a .avi file, then using nero to burn the .avi onto a DVD. (you can use RiverPast to convert the .mkv to .avi)

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    Roxio Media Converter?
    DVDdecrypter?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Comp_Master View Post
    I would recommend converting the .mkv files to a .avi file, then using nero to burn the .avi onto a DVD. (you can use RiverPast to convert the .mkv to .avi)
    Its a solution, but you can't have multiple audio tracks nor subtitles..
    as you can only have one of each in one AVI container.

    That well, I see no point in doing, because you lost all versality of a DVD..

    Quote Originally Posted by loca93 View Post
    Roxio Media Converter?
    DVDdecrypter?
    Roxio media converter doesn't accept MKV

    And DVDDecrypter is outdated, use ImgBurn instead
    "Chile is a thin and tall country"

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    converting formats of video is often mis-concepted. AVI, OGM, and MKV are not video formats, they are Container formats.

    Containers are very similar to archive files like ZIP, ARJ, and RAR. They basically hold streams of video, audio, subtitles, and other things in the case of MKV, along with data about the streams inside.

    That said, it can be just as simple as unpacking the MKV and re-packing into an AVI. It depends on the methods that were used to encode the different streams. AVI, your more or less limited to an XVID+MP3 (with subtitles hard-encoded into the videostream), whereas OGM and MKV are much more flexable. So if you have a MKV with XVID and MP3, and then a subtitle file, then you just need to put the XVID and MP3 into a AVI container, and then add the subtitles when you make the DVD. If it's not in those formats... say it's h.264 and Ogg Vorbis... then you have to convert the h.264 to xvid, and the ogg to MP3 or AC3 (think avi supports AC3), and then you can pack them into an AVI...

    If your making a DVD then, easiest thing is to create AVI files out of them. Then you can use DVDAuthorGUI to add them to a project, and add subtitle files.

    Go look at VideoHelp.com. They have nice guides to doing a lot of this, and then people here can fill in the blanks.
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