A way to get MKVToolNix running on the latest Slackware is to download the build script available on Slackbuilds.org and running it. It will do everything for you. This script was provided by Andrew Strong.
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Since May 1st 2003, the Matroska libraries themselves and my Matroska tools are officially available. I urge you to download the software, use it and report any errors you encounter to me. I'm always grateful for good bug reports because I make mistakes and you guys normally find them. Your feedback is important to me :)
You can use MKVToolNix to create, split, edit, mux, demux, merge, extract or inspect Matroska files. The program will also work with other video formats (AVI, MPEG, MP4, MPEG, Ogg/OGM, RealVideo, MPEG1/2, h264/AVC, Dirac, VC1) including some video codecs (such as VP9 video codec support - reading from IVF/Matroska/WebM files, extract to IVF files). Audio formats (AAC, FLAC, MP2, MP3, (E)AC3, DTS/DTS-HD, Vorbis, RealAudio) and also most subtitle formats (SRT, PGS/SUP, VobSub, ASS, SSA, etc.). MKVToolNix is a cross-platform application that will work on Windows® (both 32 and 64-bit versions), Mac® OS X® and Linux. Please note that from this page you can download the Windows® (installer and portable) and Mac® OS X® versions. If you're looking for a Linux version, you can download one from MKVToolNix homepage.
Note: I tested MKVToolNix on Windows® 7 Ultimate 32-bit using mkvmerge GUI and several other tools opened from the Command Prompt such as mkvinfo. Therefore, if you're looking for more information on how to compile MKVToolNix yourself, check the README file (online). I wanted to test two things: the mkvmerge GUI (software interface) and see how easy or hard is to use the command line for all the other tools such as "mkvinfo."
As soon as the setup finished, I opened the "mkvmerge GUI" shortcut from my desktop. At a first look, the interface seems quite intuitive, so my first action was to open an MKV file, select an option and see the result. I went to program interface at the "Input" tab and used the "Add" button (it also works using the "drag and drop" method.
In the command prompt, you can try each program (mkvmerge, mkvinfo, mkvextract, mkvpropedit) by typing its name and the usage parameters. An example would be: "mkvinfo --help" that will display a list with all the commands available. I tried mkvinfo using this command: "mkvinfo -g" and the result was a small interface that allowed me to open an MKV file and see all kind of technical details about it. I was also able to save the results in the TXT format.
Besides of the usual standard documentation from the command prompt (I hate it because it's hard to read) you can find and read the online documentation available on MKVToolNix documentation homepage here: (use the blue links for mkvmerge, mkvinfo, mkvextract, mkvpropedit and mmg to access the online help).
You can learn how to use several main features in minutes but to master the program, it does require more time. Your best bet is to experiment all of his options and whenever you need some help, check the FAQ section (filled with great answers to common issues), start with the guide of mkvmerge GUI here and check the documentation for all the other tools - here (provided once again). MKVToolNix is a "must-have" software if you work with MKV files. It has an incredible amount of features that are not listed on the homepage. Ultimately, if you appreciate this tool, please consider a DONATION to support the work of Mr. Moritz Bunkus, the author of MKVToolNix.
MKVToolNix is a collection of tools for the Matroska media container format by Moritz Bunkus including mkvmerge. The free and open source Matroska libraries and tools are available for various platforms including Linux and BSD distributions, macOS and Microsoft Windows. The tools can be also downloaded from video software distributors and FOSS repositories.
Matroska is a new multimedia container format, based on EBML (ExtensibleBinary Meta Language), which is a kind of binary XML.The mmg tool is a graphical user interface for the mkvmerge program, whichallow one to create Matroska files from other formats.This package also contains a graphical version of the mkvinfo tool, whichallow one to get information about a Matroska file. Tags: User Interface: Graphical User Interface, X Window System, Role: Program, Sound and Music: sound::compression, uitoolkit::qt, Purpose: Data Conversion, Works with: Audio, works-with::video, x11::application
Since May 1st 2003, the Matroska libraries themselves and my Matroska tools are officially released as a first public beta version. Although all of them are still under heavy development, I urge you to download the software, test it and report any errors you encounter to me. I'm always grateful for good bug reports because I miss so many mistakes and you guys normally find them. Your feedback is important to me :)
You can download the source code or one of the binaries. The Windows and macOS binaries as well as the Linux AppImage are available already. The other Linux binaries are stil being built and will be available over the course of the next couple of hours.
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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. You can find more information about it and its underlying technology, the Extensible Binary Meta Language (EBML), at
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. You can find more information about it and its underlying technology, the Extensible Binary Meta Language (EBML), at
I originally downloaded the template from under the Development section of the site (which look like it's the same as what's in the toolkit - I didn't know of the toolkit until yesterday). Along the way I added some skeleton files of my own such as AppInfo.ini, but I must have based them off of another app that was incorrect or something.
MKVToolNix is an all-in-one MKV toolbox that gives you free access to mkvmerge, mkvinfo, mkvextract, mkvpropedit, etc, ready for you to modify, merge, subtitle, create and extract MKV videos under Linux, other Unices and Windows. But to get the Mac version is a hard nut for most users. For more clues and hints to download MKVToolNix on Mac OS X, there is no need to turn around other guides. Just click the links below that will direct you to specific part of the free MKV video editor for Mac.
Editing MKV files with MKVToolNix can be a challenge for most Mac users, not only because of the relatively hard process to download it, but also for its complicated UI for novice users to interpret, let along the reportedly errors with it, such as V9.7.1 DMG is missing a library and leads to a crash, subtitle not showing, no sound/audio/subtitle, no extra compression, etc.
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Mkvmerge Gui V4.4.0 DownloadClick Here ===== =2sz4RdOnce the muxing process is completed, click on the Open buttonto open the newly created output.mkv file. You can navigate through the filesand open them with your favourite video player using the file manager(or by double-clicking on them). If you want to, you can rename medeck files to.png using rename.sh from the R-T-E suite.The interface of mkvmerge is very simple. There are two panels on theright. The top panel shows the video that is being muxed, and the bottompanel shows the video that is being muxed. There are controls at the topof each panel. The top panel has Play & Pausetoggle buttons that start and stop playing and pausing the video, and thereare also simple Play/Pause and Stop/Resume buttons.After mkvmerge finishes muxing the file, at the very top, you'll finda link to add your file to the database. If you don't care, you don'thave to do it, but I'm adding it if you have as many video, audio andother fields (like stills, track, index, etc) as you have video streamsand you can search them by swf ID. It's good for keeping your videosorganized and indexed.The tool requires no compilation. However, to compile one, it requiresthe a.out file to be produced. This can be generated fromthe command-line program using ./configure followed by makeand make install. The steps are explained in the READMEfile.Dbup support is now enabled by default. It is now a part of thebuild procedure. You don't need to add --enable-dbup anymore. To you will be given a chance to confirm, run ./configure as normally, then to update.If you want to port to a another encoder, it is fine although there aren't much changes, please let us know. You can list changes in thegit log or Email list . d441842882 2b1af7f3a8