Generally, Blu-ray Player like a Samsung Blu-ray Player will play MKV files. Unfortunately, we found many guy are facing issues while playing MKV on Samsung Blu-ray player:

My Samsung Blu-ray player sometimes won’t play MKV/MP4 files from a USB, and skips it to play the next item. I’m getting fed up with not knowing why, so could someone please let me know what’s wrong?

Hi I have a mkv file that plays fine on my PC on VLC but when I hook up my external hard drive to my bluray player via USB to play on my TV it says ‘no movie content detected’.Other mkv files play fine on my tv this way. I don’t have HDMI out on my PC so doing this through my bluray player is the only way to get the best HD picture and sound.Is there anything I can do to the file, to change it so it will play?

When you try to add video files like MKV to a Blu-ray Player for playback on big screen, you may encounter above issues and others. So what’s the matter? Don’t worry! This page will show the reason and an easy way to get MKV files to play on Samsung Blu-ray Player without problems.

Samsung Blu-ray player Supported Formats

Convert MKV to Samsung Blu-ray player Supported formats

Here Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate gives you an easy way to solve MKV failed to open in Samsung Blu-ray player issue by converting MKV files to Samsung Blu-ray player more supporting  format no matter what models your Samsung Blu-ray player are.

Besides converting MKV to Samsung Blu-ray player, this MKV to Samsung Blu-ray player converter can also rip Blu-ray, DVD and convert other formats, like MP4, WMV, AVI, MKV, VOB, FLV, DV, MOV, RMVB to Samsung Blu-ray player supported format. If you are a Mac (OS Sierra) user and want to convert videos for playing on Samsung Blu-ray player, just turn to Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac. Now download app and follow below guide to learn how to stream MKV file on Samsung Blu-ray player.

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How to Get unsupported MKV files into Samsung Blu-ray player for perfect playback

Step 1. Add MKV files

Run the MKV Video Converter and drag & drop your MKV files to the program, or click “Add Video” button to locate the MKVfiles you want to add. (Note: batch conversion is supported, so you can load more than one file to save time.)

Step 2. Set Blu-ray player output format

Click “Format “drop-down button to select “AVI” or “MP4” from “Common Video” or “HD Video” category under “Format”.

Tip: Click “Settings” button on the interface, and a window will pop up which allows you to set the bitrate of the video and audio, adjust the codec and change the channel of the audio, etc.

Step 3. Converting MKV to Blu-ray Player

After everything is OK, back to the main interface and click the big “Convert” button to start encoding MKV to Blu-ray Player compatible AVI/MP4videos.

When the conversion done, click the “Open” button on the main interface to pop out the folder with converted files and then transfer the generated files to your USB drive, plug the USB drive into your Blu-ray Player’s USB port. Now it’s freely for you to play MKV files on Blu-ray Player. Enjoy.

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