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A friend of mine gave me an anime series called Shura No Toki. It is 26 episodes that he obviously downloaded somewhere that are in MKV format. They play fine with the codecs I have installed on my comp. The quality of the files is great and you can select between English and Japanese audio and if you want the subtitles on or off. What format is this?
How easy to transfer to DVD for atleast a mediocre set that I can watch on my TV instead of my PC.
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anyone? Please....
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Matroska - A new video and audio container format similiar to AVI but with several new features like support for OGG audio, Variable Framerate Video.

Matroska File Formats:

.mkv : Generally video files, as well those containing audio ( movies ) or video only

.mka : audio only files, can contain any supported audio compresion format, such as MP2, MP3, Vorbis, AAC, AC3, DTS, PCM and soon MPC ( musepack )

.mks : a so called 'elementary' matroska stream containing any subtitles stream

http://www.matroska.org

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