MKV is not an industry standard video format and you may want to convert your video in MKV into MP4 or AVI (YouTube supported format) so that you can play it over other media player like VLC.
As far as I can see, there are many solutions you to do the job quickly. Some experts suggest to use VLC to convert MKV to MP4 and via versa. Some others encourage you to purchase a video converter to get things done. That’s sound reasonable if you have to repeat your convert-works daily. But, what if you only need to do it one in your life time. If so, just follow my below steps, you can finish the task in a few minutes. My suggestion is to use ActivePresenter 7 (Windows 64 bit only), a free video editor with amazing video converting/ rendering speed you can make use of . You can convert MKV to MP4 and AVI completely free. You don’t have to worry about quality loss too.
Step 1: Download and install ActivePresenter 7 on your computer.
Download ActivePresenter 7 here!
The download and installation will take about 2-3 minutes if you have a “normal” internet connection.
Ok, now go to the Interface -> Blank project
Step 2: Choose MKV video to Convert
You will see an Editor now. Go to Annotation tab-> Video -> From file…. Now you can choose your MKV video file which you want to convert into MP4 or AVI.
Step 3: Export/ Render your MKV to MP4, AVI
Now you have your MKV in the editor. If you want to add shapes, text, cut, trim or whatever to polish your video, you can do it with ActivePresenter. Finally, choose Export and look at the output formats. The program offers 4 type of output format you can choose: MKV, WebM, MP4, AVI. Click OK when you are done.
This is my simple tips to convert MKV to MP4 or AVI without using a professional video converter. If you want to get more video formats, then you should look at some other video converter that are on the market now. If you meet any difficulty in following my tips, don’t hesitate to ask. If you like the post, please share it. Don’t forget to follow us to receive more valuable post notifications in the future.
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