How to Cut and Convert MKV File

Posted by Adam Gorden on Aug 9, 2019 6:00 AM.
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Though MKV is a very popular video format and many people use it, few people know that it is short for "Matroska Video". Matroska is a kind of hollow wooden Russian doll which opens to exposes to another doll and you can do it again and again until it is the last doll inside. Just as the name implies, MKV is also a container of video, audio, subtitle, and picture. It is free and it has great compatibility with Windows, Mac, Palm, Symbian, and even Pocket PC mobile devices.

Recorded videos are mostly in MKV and when you are trying to splice MKV video, an MKV cutter is required. The better option is that you can convert MKV to MP4 or other formats after you cut it. TunesKit Video Cutter is exactly the better option. It is an MKV video cutter, splitter, editor and converter.

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Key Features of TunesKit Video Cutter

  • Cut and trim video and audio into parts or clips precisely
  • Save and convert the videos to any format with 100% quality preserved
  • Edit the video with special effects, watermark, and subtitles
  • Merge video clips from the same source
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How to Cut MKV File

Here in this passage, you are going to learn how to cut and convert MKV video with TunesKit.

Step 1Add MKV File to TunesKit

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Install and launch TunesKit Video Cutter. Find the "Open" button on the left, click it and select the MKV video you want to import from the pop-up window. You can also open the file folder parallel to the cutter, and then drag and drop the file to the cutter. For your information, TunesKit supports one file each time.

Step 2Adjust Time Duration to Cut

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After the MKV video is loaded to TunesKit, it will start to play automatically. During the play, you can move the slider bar to set the section of time and then adjust the start time and end time to make it more precise. To create new segments from the source video, simply click the "+" icon under the "Open" button.

Step 3Edit the Video Segments

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Before you split MKV video into parts, you are allowed to do some simple editing to the video segments. With TunesKit's built-in video editor, you can add multiple effects to the segments. Simply click the "edit" icon of the segment and you'll be directed to the editing window where you can trim, adjust, add watermark, subtitles, etc. to the video clips as you like.

Step 4Set Output Format

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Then click the "Format" button and select the output format or device as you want. There are many choices for you, including HD MP4, MKV, MOV, 4K, WMV, DivX, MP3, OGG, WMA, Apple iPhone X, Samsung Galaxy S8, Xbox One, and more. You can also customize the media parameter like codec, size, bit rate, etc. if you like. In this step, you should choose MP4 if you want to convert MKV to MP4.

Step 5Start Cutting MKV Video

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When everything is done, click the "Start" button on the right and TunesKit Video Cutter will begin to trim the MP4 video file into small clips as you demand. Once completed, you'll get the desired segments under the history folder. If there are multiple segments from the same source file, you can choose to merge all the videos into a new file by checking the option of "Merge Segments" before starting the cutting process.

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