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Looking for an MKV video converter.

Discussion in 'General Software' started by OzzmanFloyd120, Apr 18, 2009.

  1. OzzmanFloyd120

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    I have some high def videos that I would like to watch on my PS3. I've tried the Ojosoft MKV converter, but for some reason the PS3 doesn't recognize the .mpeg or .mpg files that the program is outputting.

    Does anybody know a good converter that can decode the MKV into something that the PS3 can recognize?

    Thanks for any help.
  2. wolf2009 Guest

    use megui with ps3 profiles
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    It does decode MKV? Because that's the problem I'm having with everything else is that .MKV is unsupported.
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    .MKV is not a video format exactly, but a video container.

    All you have to do is extract the video from the container. Hopefully the video in the container is supported by the PS3 (most of the time it is).

    Just follow this guide here that Morrison5891 posted.
    eidairaman1 and OzzmanFloyd120 say thanks.
  6. wolf2009 Guest

    megui supports everything provided you have just two things installed.

    latest version of ffdshow tryouts and avisynth.
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    Thanks guys, that program was amazing. :toast:

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