How to convert MKV files to AVI WMV MPEG MP4 VOB DVD and add subtitle to MKV
In this guide we will explain how to convert MKV to AVI WMV MPEG MP4 VOB DVD with MKV Converter. It includes 2 parts.
Part1: some knowledge about MKV video format
Part2: how to convert MKV to AVI WMV MPEG MP4 VOB DVD and add subtitle to MKV
Part1 some knowledge about MKV video
What’s MKV video format?
An MKV file is a Matroska file, the Matroska Multimedia Container is an open standard free Container format . It is similar in conception to other containers like AVI, MP4 or ASF, but is entirely open in specification, with implementations consisting mostly of open source software. Matroska file types are .MKV for video (with subtitles and audio), .MKA for audio-only files and .MKS for subtitles only.
How to play MKV files on Windows?
In principal you can play MKV files on almost every Mediaplayer on Windows if you have the latest CCCP playback pack from Matroska Download Page installed, as most of these players are based on Microsoft DirectShow (TM).
Part2 how to convert MKV to AVI WMV MPEG MP4 VOB DVD and add subtitle to MKV?
Things you will need
Seperated subtitle in srt format
1. Download a MKV Converter, install and run it
2. Put your MKV subtitle in the same folder with MKV video and name as the MKV.
ie. D:\Movie\chd-ntbos-bdrip.MKV D:\Movie\chd-ntbos-bdrip.srt
3. Then select “Add” button to load the MKV video files, this MKV Converter will detect your subtitle and add it automatically.
4. Click the "Convert to" drop-down button to choose the output formats;
Click the "Target Path" button to find the destination folder for output file;
Besides, you can set the subtitle language in the Edit Menu if you have several subtitle file in different languages.
5. Click the "Start" button to begin the conversion.
This is the easiest way to convert MKV to AVI WMV MPEG MP4 VOB DVD with MKV Converter and add subtitle to MKV. Now just enjoy your MKV videos on any media player like iPod iPhone PSP Zune Blackberry even burn MKV to DVD to play on Home DVD Players!
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