“Can a Xbox 360 play .MKV video files?” When you get a Xbox 360, you may play some media files like MKV on it.
Well, the answer is NO. Users can’t play MKV on Xbox 360 directly. If you persist on it, there are many MKV converter tools, which can help you to convert MKV to Xbox 360 friendly H.264 MP4, WMV format. Here we highly recommend Brorsoft Video Converter.
This video converter has been proven to be an outstanding MKV to Xbox 360 converter. With it, you can convert different MKV videos (DTS encoded) to Xbox One compatible WMV, H.264 MP4 effortlessly. In addition to MKV files, this program also allows you to convert all videos in H.265, AVI, MKV, MPG, MP4, VOB, TiVo, MOV, etc to a decent format as you want. What’s more, with the built-in editor, you can trim, crop, adjust special effect to your source video, so that you get the very part and effects at your will. If you are a Mac user, you can turn to Brorsoft Video Converter for Mac (macOS High Sierra included), which has the same function as the Windows version.
How to convert MKV to Xbox 360 friendly format
Step 1: Add MKV files
Install and run the Xbox 360 Video Converter to your PC, click Add button to import your source videos .mkv. Batch conversion is supported so that you can add multiple files.
Step 2: Select Xbox 360 compatible formats
Click on the drop down menu of the Format, select “Zune/Xbox 360 Device”> “Xbox 360 HD Video (*.wmv) as the target format.
Optional: Click the “Settings” beside the format bar to adjust your parameters is allow you to enjoy a better viewing quality. Before go to the conversion, you can click this “Edit” to do some personal edits on your raw videos. This saves you from the troubles which you have to reload them to editors.
Step 3: Start converting MKV to Xbox 360
Now you can back to the main UI, and click this “Convert” button to start your conversion .After that, you can play the converted MKV files on Xbox 360 via different ways: from a USB 2.0 FAT32 removable drive, from optical media, and by streaming from the Zune software, Windows Media Player 11, or Windows Home Server.