[Matroska-users] Re: broken web link & hd-dvd5
Christian HJ Wiesner
chris at matroska.org
Sun Dec 30 10:44:32 CET 2007
the VLC Guide link is dead because nobody has found the time to make one
so far, sorry for that. About support for MKV in DVD conversion tools,
it s nightmare currently, software programmers are acting like little
boys, insisting to keep on ignoring that MKV has become the de facto
standard for HD rips already. Now slowly some guys start contacting us,
asking about free libs and the like, and we hope there will soon be
tools existing to create HD-DVDs from MKV files.
For hardware devices with HD h.264 MKV support, i recently updated
wikipedia.org about all the units we are aware of now :
Let those companies you are at least interested in their devices, it
will certainly be useful to make them continue the good work !
matroska project admin
E Nigma schrieb:
> Hi! I've been searching online for hours for a method to create DVD-R with HD-DVD structure playable on my HD-DVD player with Windows XP from a mkv file containing 720p h.264 video & DTS audio. I found the guides on your web page, the first two don't appear to do what I want, and the VLC link is dead.
> So I wanted to let you know so you can fix the broken link, and also ask if by any chance you can also add a link to a guide for what I'm trying to do (unless vlc does it). I think maybe Nero Vision can do it, but when I tried the trial version, every time I add the mkv file, n.v. quits responding until I kill it.
> By the way, Matroska rocks! I'll be great if DVD/HDDVD/BD players start to allow mkv playback natively like some can for avi, do you know if this will ever be possible (if the hardware mfg's wanted to)?
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