“ I did a search on google for what I want to do and I found only found one link which did not help me. It seems there are a lot of people wanting to convert MKV’s to DVD but I want to convert my DVDs to MKV files to put on my media center PC.
Many many years ago, I tried many different programs to accomplish converting DVD to avi using Xvid and Divx and never was happy with the outcome. I used EasyDIVX, Vdomi, and a few others I can’t think of. I seem to remember the audio never syncing correctly.
A week ago, I thought “All this time has went by, I’m sure there is now a great easy way to convert my DVDs into a fairly small file.” So I started the journey and one again and found the pavtube it’s great and easy to use.”
“I use the pavtube DVDAID on a PC that has a video card nVIDIA Ge Force GTX 780 Ti and converted MKV from old DVD and have to say it’s very fast.”
There are lots of Online evaluation of pavtube software, you may have met the same problems. If you want to play your movies and videos on PC, you need this DVD to MKV converter and this guide will show you how to complete the DVD to MKV conversion with the original quality in a simple way.
Step-by-step guide: How to convert DVD to MKV files.
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Step1. Insert your DVD disc to the drive, then launch the DVD ripping software and click the “Load Disc” button to have the DVD content imported.
Note: If you just want to rip some chapters of your DVD to MKV, check the title of the each chapter for converting. Choose the subtitles and audio track as you like.
Step2. Select “MKV(Matroska) Video (*.mkv)” as output format from “Common Video” category under the drop-down list of “Format”.
Step3. Hit Start button to start conversion. During the process, you can view detailed progress info, and preview the progress with real time images. OK. Leave the rest to best DVD to MKV Converter, and everything will be done very quickly.
Once get the converted MKV files, just copy and dump them on your pc. In fact, you can also transfer the DVD to other formats for playback on your all devices.
What’s more you need to know?
What is MKV Video? Matroska (MKV) aims to become the standard of multimedia container formats. It is intended to serve as a universal format for storing common multimedia content, like DVD movies or TV shows. Matroska is similar in conception to other containers like AVI, MP4 or ASF, but is completely open source. Matroska file types are .MKV for video (and audio), .MKA for audio-only files and MKS for subtitle file (related resource Convert MKV to DVD).
If you want to get better HD video quality, just select “MKV HD Video (*.mkv)” from “HD Video” category.
Hope this guide can help you, enjoy you old DVDs and have fun!
More features about Pavtube DVDAID:
convert DVD chapters from disc to play on mobile devices
Store DVD Collection on Cloud Storage
Backup Existing DVD to NAS server
Backup & rip DVD to Mac
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