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[Help] Remux Multiple MKVs into MP4s? (Windows 8.1)

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Hi, does anyone here know of a good remuxer with a user friendly interface, that can batch or queue alot of remuxes at once?

If you do suggest a converter, please make sure it can copy the audio/video streams from MKVs and remux them into MP4s.

My System Info:
PC Model: HP 110-326 Desktop
Motherboard: Hewlett Packard 2AFB (Ivy Bridge)
OS: Windows 8.1 64-bit
CPU: Intel Pentium G2100T @ 2.60 GHz Dual Core
Video Card: Intel HD Graphics 2500 (1920x1080x32bpp 60Hz)
Sound Card: Realtek High Definition Audio
RAM (Memory): 4.0 GB Single Channel DDR3 @ 665 MHz
HDD Space: 500 GB Western Digital Caviar (SATA III)
Network Adapter: Realtek USB FE Family Controller @ 100.0 Mbps

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Freemake video convertor is what I use

  • It has an option to replace audio channels/mux audio channels as well as import or add external subtitle files like SRT
  • However it does not allow multi audio track insertion
  • It allows batch conversion
  • and best of all...its FREE!

Hope this has helped!

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Freemake video convertor is what I use

  • It has an option to replace audio channels/mux audio channels as well as import or add external subtitle files like SRT
  • However it does not allow multi audio track insertion
  • It allows batch conversion
  • and best of all...its FREE!

Hope this has helped!

 

Does it have the ability to just copy the audio/video streams?

 

I'm not interested in changing/converting the video or audio tracks.

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Does it have the ability to just copy the audio/video streams?

 

I'm not interested in changing/converting the video or audio tracks.

 

Yes it does

  • input the video on one end and output it as Audio track to just get a clean Audio (no video)
  • Likewise if you want Video only and no Audio then simply disable the audio during conversion so you end up with video but no Audio

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Yes it does

  • input the video on one end and output it as Audio track to just get a clean Audio (no video)
  • Likewise if you want Video only and no Audio then simply disable the audio during conversion so you end up with video but no Audio

 

 

You miusunderstand. I want the output file to have both audio and video.

 

I just dont want to convert, I'd rather copy both the audio AND video into MP4 container.

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You miusunderstand. I want the output file to have both audio and video.

 

I just dont want to convert, I'd rather copy both the audio AND video into MP4 container.

 

I am well aware what you want to do; I've done it heaps of times

  • You want to fuse a video file and an audio track together as an MP4 file right? (hence 'Mux')
  • Basically what I did was import the video file; insert the Audio file that I wanted to mux it with then hit convert to MP4 (in your settings just click 'same as source')and then both Audio and Video files will be saved TOGETHER as ONE file in MP4 format.
  • I apologise that I'm NOT very good when it comes to describing technology. If you'd like to know if it will work for you or not - the best way to do that is to try it for yourself.
  • The user interface is drag & drop; clicking dropboxes and lots of clicking so it was quite user friendly for me

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