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MKVtools 3.4.5

2015-09-25   Video

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Name MKVtools 3.4.5
Size 52.91 MB
Created on 2015-09-18 12:37:06
Hash 5a995447c825a0b80a223788e57c7e31e52c2942
Files MKVtools 3.4.5/EmmGunn Software [KG] (75.44 kB)
MKVtools 3.4.5/ (52.84 MB)

Descriptions for Description

Version: 3.4.5
Mac Platform: Intel
Includes: KG

OS version: 10.7 or later
Processor type(s) & speed: Intel 64-bit
RAM minimum:
Video RAM:

Use the included KG (Thanks to Special [K])

How to open Special [K] keygen Mac OS X v10.10 ("Yosemite"):

Right click on "EmmGunn Software [KG]" and click on "Get Info".
Check the box to "Open in 32-bit mode" and close the "Get Info" window.
Open "EmmGunn Software [KG]" and proceed normally.
Select MKVtools from the App list before generating the key

What's new in Version 3.4.5:

Fixed an initial set of Yosemite related bugs
changed to ARC
Fixed a variety of bugs in the presets panel
Fixed bug that mislabeled filenames in the queue drawer
Fixed a bug that could cause crashes when editing jobs from the queue
Fixed bug where log files of identical processes get appended instead of rewritten

Link for more information:

MKVtools is a Mac OS X application used for the creation and editing of MKV videos. It is an update and more specialized version of the original MKVtools, so if you are familiar with its operation, you should be comfortable using this rebranded version. As the name might imply, MKVtools is a graphical interface for a variety of tools useful for processing video files. Mencoder, Mplayer, and the binaries from Mkvtoolnix do the brunt of the work. Limitations to MKVtools’ capabilities are most often due to limitations with these applications.

When you open a video file in MKVtools, you will be presented with a list of video, audio and subtitle tracks contained in the file. Sometimes there will be enough information for you to determine what each track represents. If not, you can select a video and an audio track (and optionally a subtitle track) to preview the tracks in an mplayer window.

Once you’ve determined which tracks you are interested in, you can either convert the tracks into an MKV video, or you can extract the tracks individually to manipulate in your favorite video application. You also can edit MKV files by either splitting or joining videos, or you can add tracks to the video.

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