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flvplayer (flvplayer) wrote,
@ 2012-04-09 10:35:00
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    The best way to convert MKV to WMV just for Windows Media Player?
    The best way to convert MKV to WMV just for Windows Media Player?
    MKV files are already more and a lot of favorite due to the fact it can certainly consist of many video, audio and subtitles in one single file. In the mean time, it can certainly comprise HI-DEF videos. However, the only problem could be it may not be read simply by quite a few video players such as Windows Media Player without costly add-ons or perhaps other programs tweaks. the least expensive approach must be using a MKV converter to convert MKV to WMV, the proper Windows Media Player format.

    Hence you wish down load and install a MKV converter which can both convert MKV to WMV with no quality loss and also help you to add your own watermark. Furthermore, it provides setting and editing functions for us to further improve the output. Now, let’s commence converting MKV to WMV by using a MKV converter.

    1. Add the MKV files

    Run the MKV converter and directly drag and drop the video to the application. you'll be able to also click the add icon to input the source file. Preview the source video clip on the view screen simply by double pressing the video file.

    2. Set output

    Go to the drop down box of “Profile” to decide on WMV as the output format. you can input WMV in the search box to locate related WMV formats you need.



    Opt for a folder for the output video in “Output”.

    3. Settings

    Please click settings icon for audio and video settings in which you'll be able to adapt the bite rate, video codec, audio codec, video size and a variety of audio and video parameters.



    4. Edit the video and add watermark

    If you'd like to alter the video and add watermark, just push “edit”. you will see a popped-up box in which you'll be able to trim and crop the video, adapt effects and also add watermark. Text and image watermark will be both offered here. Select “Save as” if you want to save the format parameters for future references.



    5. Convert MKV to WMV

    Next, return back to the home interface and click “Convert” icon to begin converting MKV to WMV. This MKV converter will probably show you the MKV to WMV converting process and accomplish the alteration in a few seconds.


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