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How to convert MKV video to DVD?

Convert MKV to DVD

Among the popular video formats, MKV video is comparatively new member, which is born to compete with MP4, AVI and others. What is MKV? MKV stands for Matroska, a file format that is capable of holding an unlimited number of videos, pictures, audio or subtitle tracks just in a single file. It is generally known as Matroska Multimedia Container. Compared with MP4, AVI, etc, which are lossy formats, MKV can be lossless. So an MKV video can be pretty large in terms of size, even its duration is very short. So if you want to burn such kind of MKV videos into DVD format, the resulting DVD quality could be very impressive. How to achieve that? You just come to a DVD creator software, which is able to convert MKV videos into regular DVD format and burn it onto blank DVD discs, such as DVDFab DVD Creator, a very popular one in this field.


Go through this tip with illustrations if you need to know more:


MKV to DVD Converting  -> Step 1: Download, install and run the latest DVDFab DVD Creator, then add your MKV videos per the instructions, insert a blank DVD disc into your DVD writer, and choose an output size at the bottom middle part of this interface, according the blank DVD you inserted in, for example DVD 5;



MKV to DVD Converting -> Step 2: Choose one menu for your DVD you like from the templates, name your DVD and click on “Next”;



MKV to DVD Converting -> Step 3: Choose the TV Standard, Aspect Ratio and the way you would like to play your DVD, and then hit the start button.




1). At the menu section, you can click on the text to directly edit the font, size and color, and you can also click on a certain decoration to relocate it;

2). You can click the Image Edit button to change background image for the selected menu.  



So easy it is! You can do it any time you want at home! Have fun!


Software you need: The latest build of DVDFab 9

Product you need order: DVD Creator


For more information, please go to DVDFab DVD Creator page.