MKV to Samsung TV Converter: Solution for Samsung TV can't Play MKV
Simple Steps to Convert and Play MKV on Samsung TV
Powerful MKV to Samsung TV Converter
The powerful MKV to Samsung TV Converter in this passage is highly recommended by millions of users, which can easily convert MKV to Samsung TV with only three clicks: import the MKV files, set the output format, and start to convert.
Besides playing MKV on Samsung TV, this great MKV to Samsung TV Converter will transfer MKV files to other TV like Samsung Smart TV, Apple TV, OLED TV, UHD TV, LED TV, etc. In addition, it is available to convert MKV to other devices like iPhone, iPad, iPod, Samsung phone, Blackberry, PSP, PS3, Android phone, Zune, etc. Moreover, it supports to convert other video format to Samsung TV like convert MOV, VOB, DV, MTS, M2TS, FLV, RMVB, WMV, AVI, M4V, AVCHD, Xvid, etc.
This great MKV to Samsung TV converter also works as an audio extractor: extract audio file like MP3, WAV, WMA, AIFF, OGG, FLAC, AC3, etc. from video files like MKV.
Tutorial to Convert MKV to Samsung TV
Step 1 Import MKV videos
Please click “Add File” button or simply drag and drop MKV to this interface. You can batch convert multiple MKV files at one time.
Step 2 Set the output format
Click "Profile" button, and in the drop-down list set the “H.264/MPEG-4 AVC Video (*.mp4)” as the output format from the "General Video" category.
Step 3 Edit the MKV file
Click the “Effect” panel and you can edit the MKV files in the small window. You can adjust the MKV files like change the bitrate, resolution, trim or crop, merge or split, edit subtitle, add special effect, change audio channel, etc.
Step 4 Finish
Click the Start button, after a little while you will get the converted MKV files, and then play it with Samsung TV.
Why Convert MKV to Samsung TV?
Although Samsung TV announced that it supports MKV files, however, in the actual usage, some MKV can't be played due to Samsung TV's strict requirements on MKV files. In other words, Samsung TV only supports the MKV files with certain video and audio codec, bitrates, resolution, frame rate, etc. That's the reason why we encountered the following problems:
"My Samsung TV won't play certain mkv files and it’s maybe 1/20 mkv files. I've tried using mkv merge GUI and set all the tracks' compression to none but it still won't play..."
"Why does my Samsung Smart TV H6400 not play .mkv files?"
To solve the Samsung TV can't play MKV files, we need to convert MKV to Samsung supporting video format like H.264/MPEG-4 AVC Video (*.mp4).