Why do you need to convert Matroska file to DVD?
Nowadays, Matroska files become more and more popular. However Matroska is still a new video format and DVD player can’t play MKV directly. In this case, if you get some Matroska video and you want to play on your DVD player, what should you do? At this time, you should first convert Matroska to DVD, then you can enjoy watching your Matroska video on your DVD player happily. It is convenient for you to convert Matroska video to DVD.
How to convert Matroska to DVD?
It is easy to operate, which only needs few clicks to complete the conversion. Below are the steps about how to convert Matroska/MKV to DVD:
Step 1. Run Matroska to DVD converter after you have installed the software properly.
Step 2. Click “Add” button from the main interface, and import a Matroska file that you wish to convert.
Step 3. After you have imported the Matroska file, please click “Setting” button, then you can set the output file name, file format, etc.
Step 4. Click “Convert” button to start to convert Matroska to DVD.
Only four steps which are above-mentioned can make you fulfill Matroska to DVD conversion.
About Matroska to DVD converter:
MKV converter is a kind of wonderful Matroska to DVD Converter. It is the top-choice video conversion software for you to convert any videos such as AVI to DVD, WMV to DVD, MKV to DVD, YouTube, mpeg and others. You can convert Matroska to DVD with Matroska converter with super speed and high quality. Matroska to DVD converter also supports other video formats, you can convert other popular video formats to DVD Video or convert them each other.
Backup and transfer your Matroska file to DVD and enjoy watching it on your any home DVD players. Download the free Matroska to DVD converter trial software now.
Note: This version is for Windows™, If you are using Mac OS X, please get Matroska to DVD Converter for Mac OS X
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Matroska video stands for MKV. It is described by its developers as “the extensible open standard Audio/Video container. It can play back SRT, SSA and USF text subtitles, as well as Vobsub subtitles from DVDs.
DVD, also known as “digital versatile disc” or “digital video disc”, is an optical disc storage media format. DVD styles contain DVD-ROM, DVD-R DVD+R, DVD-RW, DVD+RW and DVD-RAM. Its major functions are video and data storage. Today most DVDs are used to display full-length movies, plus additional material.