MKV to Nero, how to burn MKV to DVD with Nero Burning Rom

Nero Burning Rom, commonly called Nero, is an optical disc authoring program for Microsoft Windows by Nero AG, an absolutely pleasant utility for use. simple, neat and powerful, among all its virtues, regretfully, there’s still one little drawback, the incompatibility with .MKV files, which is a very popular format in the anime fan-subbing community(where users create subtitles) since it supports multiple audio and subtitle tracks in the same file.
This article will talk about how to use Nero Burning Rom to burn MKV video files to DVD. How to convert MKV files to nero supported video formats, such as mp4 or avi, with video converter for Nero Burning Rom.
This is a step by step guide
First download MKV converter for Nero. A simple yet professional video converter that supports conversion between almost all video formats with fairly fast speed.

Launch video converter for Nero, and add your MKV files.
Set output video formats by clicking “profile”, open the drop down list, from which you can find many video formats, you can choose mp4 or avi as the output video formats, which perfectly supported by Nero Burning Rom.

There’s some video editing work can be done with video converter for Nero Burning Rom, such as cropping and clipping video, also you can adjust the brightness or saturation of the video.

If the video presented in the preview window is what you desired, click on the convert button, you can have your MKV files available for importing to Nero Burning Rom in a short period of time.

Now you can burn your MKV files with Nero Burning Rom

About MKV file extension
Video container format similar to the .AVI, .ASF, and .MOV formats; supports several types of audio and video codecs; may also include .SRT, .SSA, or USF (Universal Subtitle Format) subtitles and supports VobSub subtitles from DVDs.
The Matroska video format has become popular in the anime fan-subbing community (where users create subtitles) since it supports multiple audio and subtitle tracks in the same file.
DivX Player supports MKV files on both Mac and Windows systems. MKV files can also be played on Palm, Symbian, and Pocket PC mobile devices using the CorePlayer Mobile software.

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