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The Matroska Multimedia container is a free and open media file format. It is also a container format which means it can contain all sorts of audio, video, textual and graphical file information inside of it. You can have multiple number of audio, video, textual and graphical streams co-existing in the same file without an issue. It uses something called an Extensible Binary Meta Language which is supposed to be equivalent to XML.

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I have some mkv files with a hevc encoding which is not allowing me to burn to disc in covertxtodvd as it shows no video track as the encoding isn't supported, i was wondering if it was possible to convert … the files encoding into avc encoding whilst keeping embedded subtitles and the same mkv format. …
asked Dec 16 '15 by user12302