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How to burn MKV video to DVD

Today many of the high-definition movies are in .MKV format, maybe you have download a lot of videos on your computer with this format. Have you ever thought about burning MKV videos to DVD? So that you can store them in a safety way even your Windows system cashed, and you can also play them on home DVD with big screen. Just take a few minutes to finish reading this guide then you will get the point to get it done.

Burn MKV to DVD

In order to burn MKV to DVD, we need to download the professional DVD creator software for help, so we can finish this task easily.

Follow the tutorial below

Download DVD creator and install it on your pc

Download Download MKV to DVD Creator here

DVD creator

Step 1: import the MKV files
After you install the software, click on the software to run it, press the DVD icon to load the MKV files where you saved on the hard disc.

Step 2: edit the MKV files
There will be four options on the top of the software interface, click the "source" button and locate the pencil icon it will show you a new interface. On this interface, you can enhance the quality of the MKV files from the "enhance" button to adjust the brightness, contrast, saturation effect. The "trim" option is for you to set the start and end time of the files. Through the "watermark" option you can add your personal icon or press any words on the video files. When you finished this, just click the "ok" button to save the configuration. The menu button is for you to add the title on each part of the files, if your MKV files only have one chapter, just do nothing about this option. If you are the advanced user who wants to do the further research, please explore the other options on the interface.

Step 3: start to burn MKV files to DVD
Insert the DVD to the DVD-ROM, after your computer detected it, click the "Burn" button on the top of the menu bar, and select the "Burn to disc" option. If you want to save the files as the ISO image, just select the "save as iso" option, and then click the "Burn" button to start to burn MKV to DVD.

The time of this process will depend on the performance of your pc and the size of your MKV file. After the process is done, take out the DVD so you can watch it on the DVD player with your family directly.


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