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MKVToolnix

Download MKVToolnix, a set of tools to create, alter and inspect Matroska files under Linux, other Unices and Windows
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Language: English
Ease of use: Not Rated
Latest Version: 17.0.0 (details)
OS Support: Windows XP Linux/Unix Mac OS Windows Vista
License: Freeware
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MKVToolnix is a set of tools to create, alter and inspect Matroska files under Linux, other Unices and Windows. They do for Matroska what the OGMtools do for the OGM format and then some.

With these tools one can get information about (mkvinfo) Matroska files, extract tracks/data from (mkvextract) Matroska files and create (mkvmerge) Matroska files from other media files. Matroska is a new multimedia file format aiming to become THE new container format for the future.


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Supported File Formats:

Input Files: AAC, AC3, AVI, DTS, FLC, MKV, MP3, MP4, OGG/OGM, RM/RMVB, SRT, SSA, WAV
Output Files: MKV

OS Compatibility:

Windows XP/Linux/Unix/Mac OS/Windows Vista

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Version 17.0.0
  • Release Date: Oct 15, 2017
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  • # Version 17.0.0 "Be Ur Friend" 2017-10-14

    ## Important notes

    * The word "timecode" has been changed to "timestamp" everywhere it was
      used in MKVToolNix. This affects program output (including mkvinfo's), GUI
      controls, command line parameters (e.g. `mkvmerge --timestamp-scale …`) and
      file formats. All programs remain backwards compatible insofar as they still
      accept "timecode" in all those places (e.g. `mkvmerge --timecode-scale …`).

      The reason for the change is wrong usage. What both the Matroska specification
      and MKVToolNix used "timecode" for is normally called a "timestamp" in audio &
      video domains. A "timecode" on the other hand has a specific meaning. As the
      Matroska specification is moving towards implementing real timecodes, it will
      also move towards correcting the verbiage. MKVToolNix is following this
      change.

    * mkvextract's command line interface has been changed to allow extraction of
      multiple items at the same time. The first argument must now be the source
      file's name. All following arguments either set the mode (e.g. `tracks`) or
      specify what to extract in the currently active mode.

      Those items that were written to the standard output (chapters, tags and cue
      sheets) are now always written to files instead. Therefore the respective
      modes require an output file name.

      For example, extracting two tracks, the chapters and the tags can be done
      with the following command:

      `mkvextract input.mkv tracks 0:video.h265 1:audio.aac chapters chapters.xml tags tags.xml`

      The old interface (specifying the mode first and the source file name
      second) remains working and supported. However, it is now deprecated and
      will be removed at the end of 2018.

    ## New features and enhancements

    * mkvmerge: AC-3: during identification regular AC-3 and E-AC-3 tracks will
      now be identified differently for most container formats (exception: AVI,
      Real Media, Ogg/OGM). The codec will be reported as `AC-3` for regular AC-3
      and as `E-AC-3` for E-AC-3 tracks instead of the combined `AC-3/E-AC-3`.
    * mkvextract: the command line interface has been changed to allow extraction
      of multiple items at the same time. See section "Important notes" for details.

    ## Bug fixes

    * mkvmerge: AAC ADTS parser: mkvmerge will now parse the
      `program_config_element` if it is located at the start of an AAC frame in
      order to determine the actual number of channels. This overrides invalid
      channel configurations in the ADTS headers, for example. Fixes #2107.
    * mkvmerge: fixed AC-3 being misdetected as encrypted MPEG program streams
      under certain conditions.
    * mkvmerge: Dirac: under certain conditions (e.g. only muxing a single Dirac
      track without any other tracks) mkvmerge was always setting the pixel width
      & height to 123. The frame rate was wrong, too.
    * mkvmerge: E-AC-3 in Matroska: if AC-3 cores and their corresponding E-AC-3
      extension are located in two different Matroska blocks, then mkvmerge will
      now re-assemble them into a single block and only use the first block's
      timestamp.
    * mkvmerge: SRT reader: fixed calculating the duration of entries starting
      with at a negative timestamp.
    * mkvmerge: VC-1: under certain conditions (e.g. only muxing a single VC-1
      track without any other tracks) mkvmerge was always setting the pixel width
      & height to 123. The frame rate was wrong, too. Fixes #2113.
    * mkvmerge: command line options: an error message will be output if the
      single-value-form of the `--sync` option is used and it isn't a number
      (e.g. `--sync 0:asd`). Fixes #2121.
    * mkvpropedit, GUI's header editor: both programs will now show proper error
      messages instead of crashing when certain kinds of data corruption is found
      when reading a file. Fixes #2115.
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