Top 8 MKV Converters You Should Know to Convert Videos


An MKV file is one file format of a Matroska video file that was originated in Russia in 2002. Unlike other formats, MKV isn’t an audio or video compression format but a comprehensive multimedia container file format.

An MKV file supports several audio and video codecs and can include USF (Universal Subtitle Format), SSA, SRT, or VobSub subtitles. That is, an MKV container can incorporate video, audio, and subtitles into a single file although they use different types of encoding.

The MKV format also supports the variable frame rate to allow you to change it during video playback. It is open-source and free.

This format is widely used for TV shows, short video clips, and movies. Although this format is not as common as MOV, AVI, and MP4, you can easily play it. To play the MKV file in Windows, you can use VLC Media Player, MKV File Player, KMPlayer, etc.

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