If you like digital video edition and you want to step up, Avidemux will be really helpful for you, because it allows you to edit and convert between several video formats, even from any DVD. It supports AVI, MPEG, MOV, OGG and NuppelVideo among others, including a high quantity of codecs such as DivX, Xvid, MPEG, Huffyuv, RAW or DV and audio too (MP3, WMA, AC3, MP2). Although at first it can be a bit messy, after a few minutes you'll get used to it and you'll discover how easy to use it is. It includes a good quantity of elements you can only find in video edition applications such as synchronizer, markers, filters and image correctors. It's not difficult to use and we can say that is the step between a basic video editor and a professional one.
How to edit content of videos in MKV format
The use of the Matroska container format is very popular given its status as a free standard that lets you include, in a single file, a video with several audio and subtitle tracks. The only problem is that many TVs or home entertainment centers cannot correctly read this system, and sometimes you can only access one of the included tracks. To do so, you’re going to learn to use the free program Avidemux to modify the content of your MKV videos and remove or include extra audio or subtitle channels.
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