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I'm trying to burn a Blu-Ray disc using MyDVD and have a 1080p MKV file that I am using.

When I play the video on my computer, it is normal with audio, but when I import it to MyDVD and preview it, there is no audio.

There is also no audio when the disc is actually burned...

 

Does anyone know how to fix this??

Thank you!

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I'm trying to burn a Blu-Ray disc using MyDVD and have a 1080p MKV file that I am using.

When I play the video on my computer, it is normal with audio, but when I import it to MyDVD and preview it, there is no audio.

There is also no audio when the disc is actually burned...

 

Does anyone know how to fix this??

Thank you!

 

MKV File Extension, File Type Matroska Video File.

 

The Matroska video format has become popular in the anime fan-subbing community (where users create subtitles) since it supports multiple audio and subtitle tracks in the same file.

 

Where did your MKV file come from?

 

First thing I would try is to make a copy of the file and try changing the MKV file extension to .m2ts, .MTS, .avi, .mpeg, .mov, see if that will work?

 

If not and it contains multiple audio that could be the problem and you might have to convert it first.

 

Google convert '.MKV file' plenty of free ones out there.

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