While it’s not as popular as MOV or indeed FLAC lines, you might sometimes encounter an MKV, or Matroska, queue.
When you’re dealing with captions or an audio or videotape track, an MKV file can come in handy.
Convert MKV to MP4 via VLC software:
The VLC media player can fete and play nearly any videotape format, including MKV. More yet, it can also convert them into commodities more universal, like MP4.
1. First, go to VideoLAN’s website and download VLC. Make sure to read the fine print when installing, so you aren’t introducing your laptop to any bloatware.
2. Now open the VLC software and then select the media tab appearing in the upper-left corner of the pop-up menu and select the Convert/Save option from the resulting drop-down menu.
3. Click the Add button and detect the train you wish to convert on your laptop. Once it’s named, press the Convert/Save button at the bottom of the window.
4. Specify your asked videotape format- in this case, we’d recommend H.264 Mp3 (MP4) – using the drop-down menu beside Profile. Clicking the tool icon (coming to the drop-down menu) will also allow you to further fine-tune your settings.
5. Specify under Destination where you would like VLC to export your data. Also, click Launch. The timeline will turn into a progress bar and once it finishes, your videotape will be ready. The flashback that the old MKV train still exists. However, you should cancel all your old MKV lines when finished, if you no longer want the old data and would prefer further storehouse space on your laptop.