MKV, or Matroska Multimedia Container, is an open source, file container format. MKV files are able to store an unlimited number of video, audio, and subtitle files within one file. Since MKV has the ability to store an unlimited number of subtitle files, MKV files are often used to store small collections of videos or multiple parts of the same video and also used to store subtitles in multiple languages for the same video. Matroska files use the .MKV file extension for video files that contain audio and video, the .MKA file extension for audio files, and the .MKS file extension for subtitle files. In order to burn an MKV file to a disk, proper software must be used. Here DVD Creator released by CloneDVD Studio is strongly recommended.
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How to Convert MKV to DVD with DVD Creator
1. Add MKV Files to the Program
After download, installing the MKV to DVD burner, launch it and click “Add Title” button to load MKV files to the app. Since DVD Creator supports batch conversion, you can add more than two MKV videos at a time.
2. Edit Videos (Optional)
This is an optional step, if you want to keep the original MKV files, and then skip this. If you want to make stylish DVD movies, you can click the click the “DVD Setting” icon on the Preview Window tool bar to reset DVD movie parameters, like Video Output Format (PAL/NTSC/NTSC-Film), Encoding, Bitrate, Aspect, Audio Volume Change, Channels, etc. Also, you can choose a proper DVD menu to fit your DVD movie theme; and you can add background music and background images to author a personalized DVD menu.
3. Specify “Target” and “Copy As”
You should specify a folder form the drop down-list of “Target” to save the converted DVD movies. Meanwhile, do not forget to set the “Copy As” to specify the copy type (DVD/DVD Image) of the converted MP4 movies.
4. Convert MKV to DVD
When everything gets done, click the “Preview” icon to see how the whole DVD looks like and insert a DVD disc into your DVD-ROM. Then click “Start” to convert MP4 to DVD.