Streaming MKV with Windows 7

Support for DivX Plus HD video using Media Foundation in Windows 7 to stream MKV to PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 with the DivX Plus Codec Pack.

Tech Preview now with DivX for Windows (11/03/2009)

The DivX Plus Tech Preview: MKV on Windows 7 is now part of the DivX for Windows software bundle. This means you can now use one installer for all your DivX software, as well as receive updates as soon as they become available.

If you have already installed previous versions of the tech preview, we recommend uninstalling and then installing the new DivX for Windows bundle here:
http://www.divx.com/downloads/divx

Currently, the R3 version of the tech preview is included with the bundle, so there are no updates other than its inclusion in the main installer, but as already mentioned, you'll be ready for updates as soon as they're available.

Enjoy and spread the word to all those you know putting together fresh Windows 7 installations!

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Setting up MKV on Windows 7 and Xbox 360 with DivX (Video Tutorial)

The following link should take you to a video that walks you through the steps on how to get DivX Plus HD compatible files (MKV/H.264/AAC) playing on Windows 7, Windows Media Center and the Xbox 360 via Microsoft Media Foundation:

http://youtu.be/dGAgnNDSyNU

As you already may have found out, running the DivX Tech Preview - MKV on Windows 7 installer is simple, but you'll still need to pair your Xbox 360 with your PC and change a few other settings.

If you've gone through these steps and you're still having issues, please check out our forums and post a new thread if you're not finding answers to your problem.

Release for Windows 7 64-bit (08/18/2009)

Hello All,

Today we've just posted our third release of the DivX Tech Preview: MKV on Windows 7.

R3 includes support for 64-bit, as well as a fix for a common AC3 A/V sync issue.

You can get the latest release here:
http://www.divx.com/en/windows-7

We look forward to your feedback!

Location for test MKV files?

I'd like to test this out but don't have any MKV files handy. Without having to hit the torrents can somebody direct me to some test MKV files?

Thanks,

Casey