MakeMKV Tutorial 3 – Playing MKV files
MKV is a popular format due to its flexibility. It’s ideal for converting DVDs as it supports multiple audio and subtitle tracks as well as high quality video. Unfortunately, being a newer format it isn’t usually supported on Windows without installing some additional software. In this video tutorial, we’ll show you how you can configure your Windows system (desktop or tablet) to play MKV videos.
To start the video presentation, please click on the picture below.
Hey adblock user! Would you mind whitelisting us? We don't run pre-roll or even post-roll adverts on our videos and it would really help us cover our costs. Without advertising revenue we couldn't bring you any content and we really don't feel our ads spoil the site at all. Thank you!
You can download the Combined Community Codec Pack here.
MKV files will play on most modern devices, for reference, here are some links to popular players for other devices.
Click here for a list of MKV player software for iOS (Apple) devices.
If you’re using an older smartphone, you may find you need to convert your MKV files to a different format and/or a lower bit-rate. You can do that for free using Freemake Video Converter.
If you need to play a DVD on your PC while reviewing your MKV files, see this tutorial.
Discuss this page in our forum.