Oh cool I never knew that I will have to try that out I just know before most apps say they can't handle the container of mkv time to start converting!
Am using DVD Catalyst and I have two questions, first one is that I want to put show which has a dub and listen to that (the show in question is Cromartie High School which has one of the best dubs ever made) and have no subtitle in the video. But each time I try to convert it the subtitles are always there, I went into the general settings and unchecked the forced subtitles and made sure the subtitles box on the converting menu isn't checked. My other one is there a way to change the subtitle front of the show from the defalut one to the ones used when your watching it on the PC?
You can change the subtitle font manually, but its a little complicated.
Make sure dvdcat is not running.
Click on start > run (or hold the windows-key on your keyboard and tap R) and in the box type in
and click OK.
then go into the "DVD Catalyst3" folder and in there in the mplayer folder.
delete the subtitle font, and copy one from your c:\windows\fonts folder over, and rename it subfont. Make sure the file extension is ttf
If it doesn't work, just delete the file, and the next time dvdcat starts, it will put it back.
try rightclicking in DVD Cat > reset settings, then just enable that one checkmark and see if it still shows up.
Do mind that that checkmark does not affect the preview.
send me an email with the full original file name of the file you are converting, and I'll see if I can find it ans figure out what is happening.
Personally I don't see much point in watching video on the Droid, other than the novelty aspect of it, so I've only put one movie on so far. I converted it using Handbrake and the iPhone preset, then created a "Media" folder on my SD card and copied the file over. Just used the stock video player to take a look at it. Fun, but I'm in front of an actual computer most of the time, so I doubt I'll get too much more into it.