How to get a MKV play on a DVD player


Recently I download a movie (h.264 1280×720) .mkv, so I was wondering is there a way I can play MKV files on DVD player so I can watch it in HD quality. Searched high and low, some guys gave me some clues. Some DVD players that support Divx3.11, DIVX5 and Xvid mention they¬†support HD and 1080p upscaling, but it seems that there is not any DVD players that support MKV.

So, how can you do it? The thing will be much easier, if you convert MKV files to AVI encoded with XVID and MP3/AC3 applying a professional video converting program. Brorsoft Video Converter¬†can be a grate tool, which is a highly recommend to help you convert MKV to DVD supported video format. Besides MKV, it can also convert other popular video formats like AVI, MP4, WMV, MOV, MPEG, FLV, 3GP, ASF, etc. to DVD. No technical knowledge is required! If you’re a Mac (Mac OS X EI Capitan included) user, simply turn to Brorsoft Video Converter for Mac, which has the same function as the Windows version.

Tutorial: Convert and Play MKV on DVD Player

Step 1: Load MKV files

After you install the MKV to DVD converter in your computer, just launch it. Then click add button to import your MKV files. It supports batch conversion.

Step 2: Choose output format

Click “Format” drop-down menu to select “DivX AVI(*.avi)” as the output format from “Common Video” category. It is supported by some DVD players. And DivX AVI is also a good format for burning to DVD.

Tip: You can also customize output video quality by click “Setting” button to change video bitrate, frame rate, video size, etc, keeping video quality as true and so on.

Step 3: Start conversion

Click “Convert” button to start and finish converting MKV to DVD supported format for playback effortlessly.

Additional Tips: If your DVD player lacks ability to support AVI format, you will need to burn it to a DVD disc with a professional DVD authoring program like Nero. Learn how to burn AVI to DVD with Nero:

For NeroVision, I suppose you don’t want a data disc with an avi-file but a “real” Video-DVD in compatible DVD-format. For that you will need Nero Video. In the “Create & Export” menu, choose DVD- DVD-Video, then import the .avi-file and follow the instructions. You can either create a menu and chapters, or just make a simple DVD without menu and one video. In the final step, NeroVideo will either write the necessary DVD structure on a DVD or to a folder on your hard disk. If you used NeroVision before, it should be easy for you because NeroVideo is very similar.

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