How to convert .mkv file to .avi file?

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damn, QBall they are throwing question after question and you keep knockin em out! reply

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12-27-2007 09:48 PM
newconverter

how do you convert mkv to avi using VLC player? i try but after the converting the file can play. plaese help on this thanks. reply

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12-31-2007 02:54 PM
guty

QBall wrote:
Use MKVExtractGUI to extract video, audio and subtitle from MKV files.

Then, you can multiplex (join) all those elements together with VirtualDubMOD.


MKVExtractGUI:
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http://corecodec.org/projects/mkvextractgui/

VirtualDubMOD:
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http://virtualdubmod.sourceforge.net/


Let me know if you need help with VirtualDubMOD. :)

well, q-ball i’d like your help on this one. i’m new to this muxing-stuff, so please bare with me.
i managed to extract something out of an mkv-file using mkvtoolnix but the files i get when the extraction is complete have an extension that aren’t recognized neither by virtualdubmod or anything...what am i doing wrong?

i’d be glad to hear from u soon. or from anyone else who can provide some help.

thx in advance! reply

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01-01-2008 12:08 PM
murkymind

Hey guys I want to convert mkv to avi as well just because I like .avi files more, but if someone just wants to play the movie on their computer, just download VLC player from http://www.videolan.org/vlc/ and this player can play .mkv files.

VLC comes with many codecs and will play a lot of formats, its a very good and simple media player. reply

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01-02-2008 05:12 PM
The Master

Hey guys....I read through this whole post and I think you are all giving yourselves an undue headache. I just downloaded all 26 episodes of The Big O in .mkv format. and guess what? VLC Media Player plays them all PERFECTLY. So why not just save some headache and download VLC media player? Maybe it’s just me I don’t know....But VLC will play just about anything. reply

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01-05-2008 03:35 PM
The_Professor28

Hey guys....I read through this whole post and I think you are all giving yourselves an undue headache. I just downloaded all 26 episodes of The Big O in .mkv format. and guess what? VLC Media Player plays them all PERFECTLY. So why not just save some headache and download VLC media player? Maybe it’s just me I don’t know....But VLC will play just about anything. reply

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01-05-2008 03:37 PM
The_Professor28

lol apparently I didn’t read the ENTIRE post only the first page. My bad right before my message someone else figured out to use VLC to play the .mkv files. Good going The Master....I’m glad someone else knows lol reply

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01-05-2008 03:39 PM
The_Professor28

Hi guys,

I have been reading through the posts here and am having the same prolem as the last few i think.

Basically i used the MKVExtractGUI to extract the Audio/Video files, that works fine with no probs. It’s when i get to the re-compiling stage with VirtualDubMod, it cant recognise the file type of the video and wont load it.

If someone could post with a resolution it would be great.

Thanks reply

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01-05-2008 08:28 PM
EKUK

Hey Q...

Totally dig your assistance. Sharing the knowledge is way copasetic! Much love and respect! Thanks. reply

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01-05-2008 08:49 PM
Beo

hi folks could ne of us tel me how do i convert all my mkv files to avi files so that i can trnsfer my video files to i pod
thanks reply

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01-17-2008 04:29 AM
hitesh singh

just simply rename the file from mkv to avi yeah it is that simple reply

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01-28-2008 12:39 PM
steady1919

For playing .mkv try CCCP pack, it comes with all codecs and Media Player Classic. Highly appreciated it after getting into anime and all formats, so far no problem. reply

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02-07-2008 01:17 PM
Wolfii

QBall wrote:
Let me know if you need help with VirtualDubMOD. :)

I need help with VirtualDubMOD. I have extracted the video and audio files from a .mkv file as you suggested using MKVextractGUI. But I don’t see how to re-integrate them using VirtualDubMOD. it does not recognize either the video track '..._Track1.h264' or the audio track '..._Track2.dts' created by MKVextractGUI.

I appreciate your help. reply

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02-14-2008 06:05 PM
arken1

Hey, I’m trying to burn my my mkv files to dvd with subtitles is there any way to convert to avi with subs? Or is there a way to burn it straight to dvd with the subs? Thanks! reply

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03-10-2008 11:21 PM
Pemblem

i used mkv extract and got a h264 video file and an aac audio file. BUT when i tried to use virtual dub mod to convert to any type of avi virdub does not recognize h264. now what do i do? reply

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03-19-2008 11:12 AM
ian_x

Hi! I’Ve been following up this conversation, but I’m really having problems using VirualDubMod to join the extracted files from the original mkv, could anyone walk me trough it please? reply

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03-19-2008 08:36 PM
JessoT

Now, I’ve got the avi file from the muxed demugged files, and although I theorically placed the subtitles, there aren’T any! could anyone please help me?
thanks reply

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03-19-2008 09:44 PM
JessoT

VirtualDubMOD? Is there a version running on Vista? reply

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03-22-2008 04:31 PM
et
2 posts

Hi,
I have few good file in mkv file format. I would like to burn them to DVD using my Nero Vision v.5.3.3.0 but it crashes when loading the video file in. I have tried several mkv to avi conversion tools but without any success. My system is runnnig Win Vista.
Any ideas?
Thanks,
K. reply

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03-31-2008 03:10 PM
Karel

Thanx guys. That was very useful. reply

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04-16-2008 07:09 PM
vrattlesnake

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