Oct 05.2020Version: 51.0.0
Software that gives you the tools to combine multiple audio, video and subtitle tracks into a single MKV file.
MKVToolNix was reviewed by Ionut Tutica
For those who don't know what an MKV or Matroska file is! This is a video container that is able to group several video, audio and subtitle tracks in the same file, and editing MKV files is not that easy.
To support users who want to work with Matroska files, we offer the MKVToolNix software, with which you can finally create, edit and inspect MKV files.
MKVToolNix is actually a collection of functions gathered in a single tool (mkvmerge, mkvinfo, mkvextract, mkvpropedit and mmg). This software can manage everything, you can create and edit from simple to the most complex video projects, you can extract audio, video and subtitles from the MKV container, it can mix new audio tracks, videos or even subtitles.
MKVToolNix also offers many possibilities and options to add attachments to your MKVs, edit chapters and more. Finally, when all the options have been set, all you have to do is start multiplexing to record your new MKV file.
In conclusion, MKVToolNix offers an intuitive interface that allows you to efficiently edit MKVs.
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+ MKVToolNix has been in our software catalog since Jun 18.2020.
+ The current version is 51.0.0 and has been updated to Oct 05.2020.
One of the most important software for your PC. If you own a bunch of Blu Ray movies that you want to backup to your hard drive, then consider MKVToolnix the program. It allows MKV splitting, joining, mixing, and all those cool stuff.
FIve stars! I had a bunch of H.264 .mp4 movies sitting on my hard drive that were unplayable on my JVC XV-bp1 blu-ray player. Now, thanks to MKVToolnix, I can watch movies from my USB flash drive --> bp1 in full, upscaled 1080p glory! Wonderful!!!
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Great. Simple and complete. I recommend it completely. Best tool yet Ive found in working directly with all streams in my .mkv files or grabbing multiple vid/aud streamins and muxing them together.I think its an encoders MUST Have.