How to convert MKV files to MP4 in a fast, simple and free way?

By starry325225 ·
Tags: Software
It often happens that your downloaded videos are not playable on PC or portable devices. What a frustrating situation! More often than not, this problem might imply that your playable device is not compatible with original video format, which reminds you to do some extra conversion with professional converting software. Hence, you will be more likely to search online for reliable software to convert MKV to MP4. It is somewhat an act of dredging for a needle in the sea. Any good solutions?
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Format Factory

by johnsmith90826 In reply to How to convert MKV files ...

I recommend you to use a freeware called Format Factory, it supports MKV and other video/audio/image formats.
Believe me, it's really 100% free and no ads.
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by starry325225 In reply to Format Factory

Thanks for your recommendation. I got it.

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Joyoshare Video Converter

by yiliayang0809 In reply to How to convert MKV files ...

As I know, there are lots of free and online video converters in the market that you can use, like onlinevideoconverter, any video converter, etc. If you don't mind low-budget, I think you can use Joyoshare Video Converter. It converts with 60X fast speed and supports multi-subtitle, muti-track videos. I also use it to convert audios, DVDs, live photos. Fast and lossless!

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by r3xlau945 In reply to How to convert MKV files ...

I think VLC media player could solve this. There is an inbuilt video converter in this software. And VLC is totally free.

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How to convert MKV files to MP4

by francinolttj0440 In reply to How to convert MKV files ...

Maybe you can try to convert MKV to MP4 using some online converters, such as Zamzar, Convertio. They are free and easy to use. However, if your MKV files are large you can try Joyoshare Video Converter. It can convert them without quality loss. Also, VLC is a good option to encode video.

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