Download MKVToolNix 2018 Latest Version

MKVToolNix is a set of tools to make, change, and inspect Matroska files under Linux and Windows. They do for Matroska what the OGMtools do for the OGM format and then some. It features support for handling a number of input files as though they were concatenated binarily into one big input file. MKVToolNix is a group of software tools that include mkvmerge, mkvinfo, mkvextract, mkvpropedit, mmg along with others.

Download MKVToolNix 2018 Latest Version

I analyzed MKVToolNix on Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit with mkvmerge GUI and lots of different tools opened by the Command Prompt like mkvinfo. Consequently, if you're searching to find out more about the best way to compile MKVToolNix yourself, then check the README document (online). I wanted to check two different things: the mkvmerge GUI (application interface) and determine how easy or difficult would be to utilize the command line for all the additional tools such as "mkvinfo."

The software interface (mkvmerge GUI)
The moment the installation completed, I opened the "mkvmerge GUI" shortcut on my desktop computer. At a first glance, the port appears quite intuitive, therefore my very first action was to start an MKV file, choose an alternative and see the outcome. I moved to app interface in the Input tab and then utilized the Add button (it also functions with the drag and drop system.

I picked a 710 MB MKV file and I needed to divide this (from Global tab - pick Split Mode - divide afterwards dimensions after which I specified the dimensions - in this instance 50M = 50MB) in smaller documents with a size of 50 MB for each. Eventually, I clicked on the Start Muxing button.

The program required only 45 minutes with this particular operation, and the outcome has been 14 smaller MKV documents. Next, I wished to mix the material of an AVI file in MKV format. Again, I moved to Input tab and utilized the Add button, I picked an AVI file on my PC, and I found that the program exhibited the Output file name automatically using the title of the exact same file but now in MKV (Matroska) format.

Again, the identical button named Start Muxing was performing all of the magic. This time the procedure was even quicker - in the end, I could read the next message Muxing took 34 minutes.

Other command line tools (example: mkvinfo)
To utilize all of the additional command line programs in Windows, open a Command Prompt window. Simply hit the Start button, then click on Search programs and documents (Windows® 7 and Vista) or Run (Windows XP as well as many others) and sort either cmd or command prompt (without the quotations).

A good example is: "mkvinfo --help" that'll display a list with all the commands available. I attempted mkvinfo with this control: mkvinfo -gram and the outcome was a little interface that lets me start an MKV file and see all sorts of technical specifics relating to it.

Tips
You are able to launch an example of mkvmerge GUI (application interface) directly from the command prompt.

Apart from the typical standard documentation in the command prompt (I despise it because it's tough to see) you are able to see and browse the online documentation available on MKVToolNix documentation homepage here: (use the blue links for mkvmerge, mkvinfo, mkvextract, mkvpropedit along with mmg to get into the online support).
Software Information
Latest Version MKVToolNix 15.0.0
Requirements Windows Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10
Author / Product Moritz Bunkus / MKVToolNix
Download MKVToolNix Windows installer (64-bit) - 16.90 MB
Download MKVToolNix Windows portable (64-bit) - 15.07 MB
Download MKVToolNix Windows installer (32-bit) - 15.78 MB
Download MKVToolNix Windows portable (32-bit) - 13.74 MB

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