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AvatonGreG - June 5, 2007 - 9:02am
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vlc player supports .mkv files?

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if you google..

.mkv vlc,
You will find the Matroska site and this comment;
"It was a big honour when Fenrir from the Videolan team added matroska support to this player, and more or less over a ( looong ) night. VLC has great streaming possibilities, as it can act as a streaming server also, and is not based on DirectShow. Because of that, it doesnt need installation of any other filters or codecs, as its coming with support for the most used video and audio for-mats already built in. We strongly recommend this player if you dont want to mess with installation of any codec packs or the like, just to be able to play a matroska file a friend has sent to you Eye-wink."

Google is your FRIEND, use it.

Good point - Search First

AvatonGreg, pretty much every single thing you've asked here you could have found out in a minute with a Google search. Google is your friend.

Sometimes, the impossible can become possible, if you're awesome!

hihi.thnx guyz.may google is

hihi.thnx guyz.may google is my friend.but you are my friends guyz Smiling

Please Stop

Friends don't offload work to their friends because they're too lazy to use Google, though. So, please, in the future, try to find the answer yourself before asking us.

Sometimes, the impossible can become possible, if you're awesome!

ok man!

ok man! Eye-wink

subtitle rendering

I know that vlc supports .mkv files, but the subtitle rendering sucks.
i know that zoomplayer with the cccp codec pack redners them greately (subs do not appear on top of each other and are different colors and fonts, easier to read).
So is there any way to acomplish this in vlc portable?