[Matroska-users] converting MKV

Harry Porter papa_de_marais at worldnet.att.net
Tue Oct 24 14:15:03 CEST 2006


Hi again:   Here is at least one answer to my question on how to convert the 'dead end' .MKV files to something you can burn.

River Past's Video Cleaner Pro (v5 and up) will do the conversion.   You have to load the Matroska Full Pack along with the program.    Depending on the other codecs you have you can convert from ".mkv" to ".avi",
".divx" or ".mpeg" and go from there to a VideoCD or a DVD.   This works.  You should post this on your forum.

Most computer formats are designed for flexibility in useage; but, there are a few other dead end formats where conversion is meant to be one way such as yours.   Thankfully most are not sucessful.

You should immediately design a decoder to go with the encoder for that format.    then all those who wish to stare at a computer monitor for their entertainment can; and, those of us who want more, and put the stuff on something for the mainstream TV viewing.

Have fun,    Harry
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