[All MKV Solution]How to Play, Convert and Burn MKV file on Windows and macOS and Transfer MKV to iOS/Android

MKV stands for “Matroska Video”. MKV is open and free. No one holds patents or licenses and anyone can implement it freely. There are many more things we can do with MKV files on Windows and Mac. And, there in the post, I will show you all possible MKV solution on how to play MKV, convert MKV to MP4, AVI, WMV and burn MKV back to DVD on Windows and macOS and how to transfer MKV to iOS and Android devices.

How to Rip and Transfer Bluray DVD to Galaxy S9/S9 Plus on Windows 10 macOS High Sierra Majove for Watching

I’d like to share my experience of ripping my Bluray DVDs collections to Galaxy S9 compatible format, which also works for S9 Plus. If you don’t know how to transfer ripped videos to S9/S9 Plus, this guide will also help.

How to Play DVD ISO file on macOS Sierra, High Sierra, Mojave Free?

In one of my previous post I wrote about how to rip DVDs to ISO with menus and one of my reader didn’t seem to know how to play the ISO file on his MacBook running macOS High Sierra. Well, playing DVD ISO files on macOS is actually easy and free with no other software required. This is a quick guide about how to free play DVD ISO file on macOS including the latest macOS High Sierra and Mojave.

Great DVD Ripping Solution for iPhone, iPad, Apple TV and iPod on Windows 10, macOS High Sierra, Mojave

When I try Leawo DVD Ripper, I was so impressed with the quality and ease. The fact the software does the ripping so quickly is a bonus. Friends that have seen the videos have been equally impressed. I always mention the software that I used and here I’d like to recommend this program for all you guys to rip DVDs to iPhone/iPad.

2019 Best Bluray DVD Rippers to Easily Rip Your DVDs & Blu-Rays to Windows and Mac computers

I don’t agree with Mark O’Neill on most of the other tools because what he recommended is really limited and I do believe there is better programs for DVD and Blu-ray ripping and video converting. Besides, most of the 9 tools mentioned by Mark are for Windows only. There are better choices for Mac users. And I decided to share my opinions on those Bluray and DVD rippers as well as my recommendations or alternatives, especially for macOS users.