Burning video files to DVD is useful so you can play them on your television or cinema screen. Formats such as AVI are heavily documented, but the Matroska (MKV) video container is less common, although less restricted in its capabilities. There are programs you can use to burn the MKV to DVD, but if you want to burn the DVD with subtitles you will need to extract the subtitles from the MKV file. Extracting the subtitles can be achieved with only program, MKVExtract.
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Download MKVExtract at videohelp.com. Right-click the download and click "Extract Here."
Double-click "MKVextractGUI.exe" to load the program.
Click the "Input" "…" and locate your MKV file.
De-select all checkboxes apart from the "subtitles" stream in the "Content" area, then click "Extract." The program will extract the subtitles to a .srt file in the same folder as your MKV. SRT files are typical subtitle file formats.
Download and install DVD Flick dvd-guides.com. Load the program from the start menu and click "New project." Click "Add Title," then locate the MKV file. Click "Edit Video" to load the settings for the video. Enter details such as title and aspect ratio, then click "Subtitle tracks." Click "Add," then locate the SRT file created with MKVextractGUI. Click "Accept." Click "Project Settings," choose your region, the DVD size and then click "Burning." Click "Burn project to disc," insert a blank DVD and click "Accept." Click "Create DVD" to burn your DVD.
Download and install ConvertXtoDVD at dvd-guides.com. Load the program from the desktop, then click "+." Locate your MKV file and click "Open." Scroll down to "Titleset #1" and expand the folder tree. Click "Subtitle" and if your subtitle doesn't automatically appear, right click and click "Add subtitle." Locate your SRT file and click "Open." Insert a blank DVD to your drive, then click "Convert." Once the video has converted it will be burnt to DVD.
Download and install DVDForger at videohelp.com. Load the program from the start menu, then select your DVD region. Select the size of the DVD you're going to burn. Click "Edit videos, audio tracks and subtitles," then click "Add Video files…" Locate your MKV file and click "Open." Click "Add" in the "Subtitle tracks" then browse to your SRT file, select it and click "Open." Click "Back" then insert a blank DVD to your disc drive. Click "Create DVD!"
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