.MKV to Divx

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#1

Good Evening all, :smiley:
I have noticed that there is a lot of .MKV files now being created in lieu of .AVI now a days.
I have a concert from one of the festivals this year and i tried using “All to AVI” to convert it so i can play on my divx dvd player, but the quality didnt really turn out very well.
Can someone suggest a better software package and/or some tips on making it look better.

Also, i have started backing up some of my Tv series to AVI and to get quality that i like it seems to use approx double the memory that ive seen online. i have been using “imtoo” software for this.
again any hints from the experts out there.

thankyou all


#2

What are the specs of your .mkv? what format are the TV series files you’re converting?..Use MediaInfo for detailed mkv file info…
Does your player support Xvid/avi?


#3

Hello T0nee1,

The tv series are my DVD’s R4 that i just want to convert and backup to avi. i am usinf imtoo to do this. i just seem to cant get as good quality as ive seen out there without having the file size approx double.
I belive my DVD player is Xvid compatible. it definetly is divx compatible., but im sure ive played an xvid on it!!!

the mkv file has the following specs:
Video stream: English, 2046 kbps (2144 kbps), 704*416 (16/9), @ 25,000 fps, AVC (Main @L3.0) (CABAC / 4 ref frames)
Audio Stream: English, 192 kbps, 48 KHzs, 2 channels, Mpeg Audio (MP2) (Version 1) (Layer 2)

as i said last message i have tried All to AVI and it was good but i couldnt get the picture the best and the sound delay got worse as the file played on.

any help would be great
thankyou.


#4

[QUOTE=wolvie1000;2103879]Hello T0nee1,

[B]The tv series are my DVD’s R4 that i just want to convert and backup to avi. [/B]i am usinf imtoo to do this. i just seem to cant get as good quality as ive seen out there without having the file size approx double.
I belive my DVD player is Xvid compatible. it definetly is divx compatible., but im sure ive played an xvid on it!!!

the mkv file has the following specs:
Video stream: English, 2046 kbps (2144 kbps), 704*416 (16/9), @ 25,000 fps, AVC (Main @L3.0) (CABAC / 4 ref frames)
Audio Stream: English, 192 kbps, 48 KHzs, 2 channels, Mpeg Audio (MP2) (Version 1) (Layer 2)

as i said last message i have tried All to AVI and it was good but i couldnt get the picture the best and the sound delay got worse as the file played on.

any help would be great
thankyou.[/QUOTE]

Then just convert to divx/xvid, there is NO SENSE in converting to mkv first…