How to convert MKV to DVD free

If you need a free MKV to DVD Converter, Freemake software is the best choice for you. It converts any MVK files to DVD fast and easily. Don’t keep heavy MKV videos on a PC anymore! Save movies onto a disc and watch them on a DVD player. HD, Full HD, and Ultra HD media is supported.
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Check the steps and learn how to convert MKV to DVD:

1. Install free Freemake MKV to DVD Converter
2. Add videos that you need to burn
3. Choose “to DVD” format
4. Set your disc specs
5. Burn MKV to DVD
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Freemake MKV to DVD Converter

Download the software installation file from here. Find it on your PC and double-click to run. Choose in what language you want to use the freeware. By default, it takes the language on your Windows system.

Then you will be asked if you want to send anonymous usage statistics to help developers make their products better. Don’t worry – the tool doesn’t collect any personal data, only Freemake reports!

Follow the installation steps by clicking the “Next” button all the time. At the end of the process, the software will ask you whether you want to launch it. Select this option in case you want to start working right away.

Add videos for transcoding

Click File -> Video and select the .mkv extension movies that you want to put onto a DVD. You can also simply drag-n-drop the visuals into the tool. You may add clips of any length or quality.

Please make sure your clips are not protected or corrupted. Play them on your PC beforehand. If you don’t know how to do, learn how to play MKV files here.

In case you want to burn several MKV films, add them all at once. Please note that the tool doesn’t let add movies o already converted disc.

Choose “to DVD” format

If your media has various subtitles and voice tracks, keep the necessary one for each file. You might also add a completely different audio line for a movie.

When you finish, pay attention to the bottom of the freeware. Find a green bubble with “to DVD” heading and click on it to open the settings.

Prepare your blank disc. You can use any disc type. However, we recommend choosing a rewritable disc (RW).

Set your disc specs

In a window with disc settings, select a color encoding system that you need. NTSC is used in North America, Japan, and some other nations. PAL is widely used in European countries.

If necessary, choose a film menu. Click “No menu” in the top right corner and select the menu type. Click OK to apply it.

Burn MKV to DVD

When everything is ready, insert your blank disc into a PC or laptop burner. You can use click the “Burn” button to launch the conversion process. It may take some time depending on your computer capacity.

As soon as the disc is ready, the burner will automatically reject and offer to write a copy of the project. If you need it, just insert another blank disc. You don’t need to set up anything again. The software will create a copy based on the previous settings.