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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: 9.9.0 (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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Revision History:

Version 9.9.0
  • Release Date: Feb 20, 2017
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  • # Version 9.9.0 "Pick Up" 2017-02-19

    ## New features and enhancements

    * GUI: chapter editor: added a character set selection in the preferences for
      text files. If a character set is selected there, it will be used instead of
      asking the user when opening text chapter files. Implements #1874.
    * GUI: multiplexer: added a column "character set" to the "tracks, chapters
      and tags" list view showing the currently selected character set for that
      track. Implements #1873.
    * mkvmerge: added an --engage option "all_i_slices_are_key_frames" for
      treating all I slices of an h.264/AVC stream as key frames in pathological
      streams that lack real key frames. Implements #1876.
    * GUI: running programs after jobs: added a new variable
      <MTX_INSTALLATION_DIRECTORY> for the directory the MKVToolNix GUI executable
      is located in.
    * mkvmerge: DVB subtitle tracks whose CodecPrivate data is only four bytes
      long will now be fixed up to the proper five bytes by adding the subtitling
      type byte.
    * mkvmerge: MP4 reader: "ctts" version 1 atoms are now supported.

    ## Bug fixes

    * mkvmerge: AC-3 handling: some source files provide timestamps for audio
      tracks only once every n audio frames. In such situations mkvmerge was
      buffering too much data resulting in a single gap in the timestamps of one
      frame duration after frame number n - 1 (the second audio timestamp read
      from the source file was used one output frame too early). Fixes #1864.
    * mkvmerge: MP4 reader: mkvmerge was only reading a small part of MP4 DASH
      files where the first "moov" "mdat" atoms occur before the first "moof"
      atom. This is part of the fix for #1867.
    * mkvmerge: MP4 reader: edit list ("edts" atoms) that are part of the "moof"
      atoms used in MP4 DASH files weren't parsed. Instead the edit lists from the
      main track headers inside the "moov" atom were used. This is part of the fix
      for #1867.
    * mkvmerge: MP4 reader: when an MP4 DASH file contained both normal chunk
      offset table ("stco"/"co64" atoms) in their regular "moov" atoms, a
      sample-to-chunk table ("stsc" atom) whose last entry had a "samples per
      chunk" count greater than 1 and DASH "trun" atoms, then mkvmerge was
      calculating wrong positions the frame content. This is part of the fix for
      #1867.
    * mkvmerge: MP4 reader: mkvmerge couldn't deal with the key frame index table
      having duplicate entries. The result was that only key frames up to and
      including the first duplicate entry were marked as key frames in the output
      file. All other frames weren't, even though some of them were referenced
      from the key frame table after the first duplicate entry. This is part of
      the fix for #1867.
    * mkvmerge: MP4 reader: when an MP4 file contained more than one copy of the
      "moov" atom (the track headers etc.), mkvmerge was parsing them all adding
      tracks multiple times. Fix for #1877.
    * mkvmerge: MP4 reader: fixed an integer overflow during the timestamp
      calculation leading to files with wrong timestamps. Such files could not be
      played back properly by most players. Fixes #1883.
    * mkvmerge: MPEG TS reader: if the PMT lists a DVBSUB track, mkvmerge will now
      recognize it without having to find a packet for it within the probed range.
    * mkvmerge: splitting by parts (both the "timestamps" and the "frames"
      variants): fixed the calculation of track statistics tags. When calculating
      the duration the skipped portions weren't taken into account leading to a
      too-high duration. As a consequence the BPS tag (bits per second) was wrong,
      too. Fixes #1885.
    * mkvmerge: reading files with DVB/HDMV TextSV subtitle tracks with invalid
      CodecPrivate caused mkvmerge to abort with an error from boost::format about
      the format string not having enough arguments. Fixes #1894.
    * mkvmerge: fixed misdetection of certain AC-3 files as MP3 files which led to
      an error message that "the demultiplexer could not be initialized".
    * mkvmerge: fixed huge memory consumption when appending big Matroska files
      with sparse tracks (e.g. forced subtitle tracks). The Matroska reader will
      now queue at most 128 MB of data. Fixes #1893.
    * mkvmerge: MP4 reader: the timestamps of all multiplexed tracks will now be
      0-based properly.
    * mkvmerge: MP4 reader: the DTS-to-PTS offsets given by the "ctts" atoms are
      now applied for all tracks containing a "ctts" atom, not just h.264 & h.265
      tracks.

    ## Build system changes

    * Up to and including release 9.8.0 the man pages and their translations came
      pre-built and bundled with the source code. Those pre-built files have now
      been removed and must be built during the build process. Therefore the tool
      "xsltproc" and the DocBook XSL stylesheets for man pages are now required
      dependencies. Additionally the tool "po4a" must be installed for the
      translated man pages to be built and installed, though this is optional.

      In order to facilitate finding the new requirements new options have been
      added to confiure: "--with-xsltproc=prog", "--with-docbook-xsl=dir",
      "--with-po4a=prog" and "--with-po4a-translate=prog.
    * pugixml detection will be attempted via "pkg-config" first. If that fails,
      "configure" will fall back to the previous method of trying just to compile
      and link a test program with the standard include and library locations.
      Implements #1891.
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