[Matroska-users] Re: Wait and see?

Danville Clarke wesleyclarkedanny at yahoo.com
Thu Apr 19 01:05:49 CEST 2007


Wait and see what? I like vista, I think matroska has to catch up. What good is a container when you can't open it with the tools that are out there. Even when i was using XP burning was difficult. It's harder now with vista but i think matroska should have more advice than wait and see or change my os. Was that even a whole sentance? 

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Today's Topics:

1. converting mkv files on vista (Danville Clarke)
2. Re: converting mkv files on vista (KRS)


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Date: Tue, 17 Apr 2007 15:40:31 -0700 (PDT)
From: Danville Clarke 
Subject: [Matroska-users] converting mkv files on vista
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hi, i'm having a problem with converting mkv movies to dvd so i could burn them to dvd.
i downloaded "convert x to dvd" but it will not work with "windows vista".
i am not new to this convertion thing, i know a little. 
i have searched far and wide to find software that will convert mkvs and work with "vista", but i have had no luck finding such a program. 
TMPEG XPRESS works on some of them but either it will leave out the subs or it will leave out the audio.
i now have a movie with no audio, so i figured i would extract the audio from the original and have TMPEG mux it in but i can't even find anything that will work on mkvs and "vista". I need your help! thanks


Danville W. Clarke Jr.

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Date: Wed, 18 Apr 2007 10:18:22 +0200
From: KRS 
Subject: [Matroska-users] Re: converting mkv files on vista
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Danville Clarke a écrit :
> hi, i'm having a problem with converting mkv movies to dvd so i could 
> burn them to dvd.
> i downloaded "convert x to dvd" but it will not work with "windows vista".
> i am not new to this convertion thing, i know a little.
> i have searched far and wide to find software that will convert mkvs and 
> work with "vista", but i have had no luck finding such a program.
> TMPEG XPRESS works on some of them but either it will leave out the subs 
> or it will leave out the audio.
> i now have a movie with no audio, so i figured i would extract the audio 
> from the original and have TMPEG mux it in but i can't even find 
> anything that will work on mkvs and "vista". I need your help! thanks
> 
> 
> Danville W. Clarke Jr.

Wait and see, or use another OS...



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