Long time reader here, finally had the reason to write
First off I'd like to point out that the only "HD" piece of hardware I have is my 22" LG monitor 2ms-GTG 5ms 8000:1. My computer is more than capable to run 1080p, I would just rather have it on my TV. Also what I am burning are TV shows recorded by my HDTV tuner.
Essentially, I would like to run my .MKV files off of my 360, but I would also like to have them available for a future BD Player. Is that possible? That would make this so much easier...If so what programs would I need to encode the file to get this done?
My assumption is that if I burn the .MKV file to a DL disc for a DVD player I would lose the quality and the resolution thus having .mkv is pointless, as I might as well convert to .avi and burn those rather than do .mkv and let my 360/future BD player upconvert.
That being said, since I've gone HD I really do not want to go back to non-HD thus converting to .avi is what I'm trying to avoid.
Thanks for your help