How to convert MKV to Xbox with MKV converter?

The Xbox 360 is the next generation of the Xbox. The Xbox 360 competes with Sony’s PlayStation 3 and Nintendo’s Wii. Based on the data, until March 31, 2011, there are over 53.6 million Xbox 360 consoles all over the world.
Xbox 360 is excellent for its integrated Xbox Live service that allows players to compete online, download arcade games, game demos, trailers, TV shows, music and movies and its Windows Media Center multimedia capabilities. No matter you play games, listen to music or watch movies on Xbox 360, that’s definitely awsome! The only problem may be how to transfer the videos to Xbox 360. For instance, how to stream MKV to Xbox 360 or stream MKV to Xbox? As we know Xbox doesn’t support MKV video format, if you want enjoy MKV videos on Xbox, you may need to convert MKV to Xbox and MKV to Xbox 360. With MKV converter, it will make your enjoyment on Xbox 360 easier.
Four steps will be enough for the MKV to Xbox 360 conversion with MKV Converter.
Step 1: Download the MKV converter first.

Then run the program and import the MKV video file.

Step 2: Set the output.
Under the “Profile” button, you can choose the output device as Xbox, then choose the target output format you want.

Step 3: Choose output file position and check the codec settings.
Locate the output file wherever you want. The profiles are already optimized and suggested for use. What’s more, there is an advanced codec setting panel within MKV Converter, more detailed settings regarding video and audio codec are provided, such as Bit Rate, Video Size, Frame Rate, as well as Xbox Title, a particular feature for Xbox video output.

Step 4: Start Conversion
Click “Convert” to start the conversion, when the conversion is done, you just need to drug the changed videos to your Xbox 360, then you can be free to enjoy them on the device.

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