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MRELKAY
post Feb 3 2009, 11:24 AM
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I have Nero 8 which includes Nero Vision 5. I would like to make a DVD using MKV video files but my copy of Nero Vision does not support MKV files. Is there a patch which enables Nero Vision to use MKV files as input in making a DVD? Or is there a conversion program which transforms MKV files to another file type which Nero Vision can use as input to the DVD I want to make. Please let me know of any solutions. MRELKAY@AOL.COM

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treskaan
post Feb 3 2009, 12:00 PM
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Hi,

Nero 8 does not support Matroska files. You can try the free Nero 9 trial and export the MKV files with Nero Recode into Nero Digital, afterwards you can handle them in Nero Vision due to Nero Vision 6 is also not yet ready to handle Matroska files.

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mehome
post Feb 17 2009, 05:09 PM
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try this codec pack, works in nero vision 4;

http://www.cccp-project.net/

regards,

peter

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fazanaro
post May 13 2009, 01:45 AM
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I use the software called TSMUXERGui that in few minuts create one file that have similar size of mkv when you choose MT2S muxer to output. Than i open it in Nero and edit. If you have Bluray plugin, you can create it as well.
Edit: You can too output as ts files that are ready for burn DVD.

Sorry by my poor english.

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fazanaro
post May 13 2009, 03:38 PM
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Just to you undestand MKV files is like ZIP files that should contain video, audio and sometimes subtitles files in it. You have to extract files from MKV to edit-it. I use TSmuxer, but have many other soft that do the same or better, them split audio and video in 2 different files.



Sorry by my poor english.

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Dankriss
post Jun 1 2010, 10:34 AM
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Ok I have Nero 9 and it does play mkv...just...but I can't convert it to mpeg as when I go into make a movie it does not recognise the file....I usually use AVS video converter change it to mpeg then put it onto a DVD...how can I convert it with Nero?

Hope this makes sense... :unsure:

Kriss :)
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wither
post Jun 1 2010, 04:33 PM
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I hope I don't muddy the water but-

There are a number of threads in regards to problems with some mkv files in V9. I guess it depends on what's in the mkv. V10 is supposed to fix those problems and, so far, I don't think there's been much problems with it. There's supposed to be an update to V9 sometime this year but I don't know if it addresses the mkv problems. You could always address your particular problem to tech support.
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