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    Hi all,

    I have a lot of downloaded movies, most of them in MKV format, including subtitles and Dolby/DTS audio. I am using Plex to view them on my Mac, but I would like to burn some of them to DVD and include the 5.1 audio and the subtitles. I have been trying Wondershare DVD Creator, but this only burns the video. It does not support subtitles and it ignores the DTS audio track from the MKV file.

    Does any of you know a way of burning such a file to DVD, including both the 5.1 audio track and the subtitles ?

    Many thanks
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    Thanks for the reply. Unfortunately this is a Windows application and I am on a Mac.
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    Toast will do the job, although it takes a long time to load mkv files. Make sure you don't set the bitrate too high, either.
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    I am using ConvertXtoDVD running under VMWare Fusion. Does a great job
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