[QUOTE=david banner;2601934]Ok AVStoDVD worked OK. i burned with Burnaware. I know Img Burn is with AVStoDVD but did not install as I prefer BA.
[B]Too bad!!Imgburn IS the Cadillac of burning apps…[/B]
AVStoDVD is good but not as clean interface as DVD Flick imo.
[B]Fogget the interface, tell us about the resulting video quality…[/B]
Thanks for the help guys
@cholla - still interested in how you started with a dat file
[B]cholla’s .mkv contained .dat file(s)…Yours most likely does not…
Edit : Is there anyway to have AVSTODVD remember its place on the screen. it opens too high and since I have the taskbar at thebtop of the screen AVS goes underneath it and th taskbar has to be moved to move the AVS[/QUOTE]
[B]See previous answer above…[/B]
Can’t remember if I’ve ever used FAVC for mkv>to DVD, but maybe try it as well…Hasn’t been updated in a while…Which is why AVStoDVD is my preferred freebie proggie…Another is The FilmMachine which utilizes Hcenc as well as other high quality encoders…By far the easiest and best(reliable/error free) mkv to DVD converting tool/app is ConvertxtoDVD, [I][B]for me[/B][/I] [I]that is[/I]…Not the best [I]quality[/I], but good enough(for my eyes) with a higher quality source file…
To each his/her own…
Damn trying to fix my replies/answers within quotes…Too lazy now so I just put them in [B]bold[/B]…:o