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Mkv 2 Avi (Matroska to Avi)

   2.0  

KDE Kommander Script

Score 64%
Mkv 2 Avi (Matroska to Avi)
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Link:  http://
Minimum required   Kommander
Downloads:  8399
Submitted:  Feb 7 2008
Updated:  Mar 1 2008

Description:


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Requirements.
mkvtoolnix
mencoder
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This script uses mencoder to convert Matroska (*.mkv) video files to Avi (Divx or Xvid).

DTS audio is a problem with older versions of mencoder. If your matroska file has DTS audio you will most likely not be able to convert the file with an older version of mencoder. Please compile a new version of mencoder.




Changelog:

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v2.0

Added selectable Audio language
Added selectable Subtitles & Font size
All available tracks are displayed when file is loaded.
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LicenseGPL
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 Subtitles

 
 by protoman on: Feb 12 2008
 
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Does it support converting the subtitles found in the mkv?


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 Re: Subtitles

 
 by 454casull on: Feb 12 2008
 
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Only the audio and video are converted to the avi. No options for subtitles.

Maybe at a later time or I may create an option to use the commandline tool alltoavi. Alltoavi has support for several options on mkv files.


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 Why?

 
 by soulrebel on: Feb 24 2008
 
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Why would you want to convert something in an open and free format to non-free deprecated format?

It is a bad thing to do and you shouldn't write software that helps people doing it.


"What is the robbing of a bank, compared to the funding of a bank?" - Bertholt Brecht
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 Re: Why?

 
 by 454casull on: Feb 25 2008
 
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Gimmie a break! If you dont want to do it then dont.

I use it to watch on my stand alone DIVX DIVX DIVX DIVX DIVX DIVX (Should I say it again?) DIVX player!

Do you have a stand alone player that plays mkv? Not likely.

Who the @$#! do you think you are trying to tell people what they can and cannot convert to?

Take a @$*!*%# hike!


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 Re: Why?

 
 by 454casull on: Feb 25 2008
 
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Here is 126,000 reasons why.

http://www.google.com/search?q=%22convert+mkv+to+avi%22&sourceid=navclient-ff&ie=UTF-8&rlz=1B3GGGL_enUS244US245

Apparently people want to do it.


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 Re: Re: Why?

 
 by soulrebel on: Feb 25 2008
 
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Just because many people do it or want it, doesnt make it right.

I think the free software community has an especially hard time promoting free standards and file formats in a proprietary world.
If you develop software to convert from free formats to non-free formats than you promote non-free codecs.

Do you think someone is ever going to develop a mkv-standalone-player if all standalone-player-customers convert their media to avi?

Non-free formats and non-free software don't solve problems, they ARE the problem.

And please don't feel offended and don't start cursing around, I was being really friendly, just trying to make a point.


"What is the robbing of a bank, compared to the funding of a bank?" - Bertholt Brecht
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 Re: Re: Re: Why?

 
 by 454casull on: Feb 25 2008
 
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Mkv is better in just about every way. It can and will stand on its own merit.

In the mean time, I and others, do not have to needlessly wait / suffer.

If it makes you feel any better I AM on the waiting list for Popcornhour.

http://www.popcornhour.com/onlinestore/

Specification :

Connectivity

* Bonjour
* UPnP SSDP
* DLNA
* Windows Media Connect
* Windows Media Player NSS
* SMB
* NFS
* HTTP servers: myiHome, WizD, SwissCenter, MSP Portal, Llink, GB-PVR
* BitTorrent P2P
* NAS access : SMB, NFS, FTP

Web services

* Video : YouTube, Google Video, MetaCafe, VideoCast, DL.TV, Cranky Geeks
* Audio : iPodcast, Radiobox, ABC News
* Photo : Flickr, Picasa
* RSS feed : Yahoo! Weather, Yahoo! Traffic alerts, Yahoo! Stock, Cinecast, Traffic Conditions.
* Peer-to-peer TV : SayaTV
* Internet Radio : Shoutcast

Media files supported

* Video containers:
o MPEG1/2/4 Elementary (M1V, M2V, M4V)
o MPEG1/2 PS (M2P, MPG)
o MPEG2 Transport Stream (TS, TP, TRP, M2T, M2TS, MTS)
o VOB
o AVI, ASF, WMV
o Matroska (MKV)
o MOV (H.264), MP4, RMP4
* Video codecs:
o XVID SD/HD
o MPEG-1
o MPEG-2
+ MP@HL
o MPEG-4.2
+ ASP@L5, 720p, 1-point GMC
o WMV9
+ MP@HL
o H.264
+ BP@L3
+ MP@L4.0
+ HP@L4.0
+ HP@L4.1
o VC-1
+ MP@HL
+ AP@L3
* Audio containers:
o AAC, M4A
o MPEG audio (MP1, MP2, MP3, MPA)
o WAV
o WMA
* Audio codecs:
o WMA, WMA Pro
o AAC
o MP1, MP2, MP3
o LPCM
* Audio pass through : DTS, AC3
* Photo formats : JPEG, BMP, PNG, GIF
* Other formats: ISO, IFO
* Subtitle formats : SRT, SMI, SUB, SSA

DRM

* Cardea DRM (WMDRM-ND)

Chipset

* Sigma Designs SMP8635

Memory

* 256MB DDR SDRAM, 32MB Flash

Audio/Video outputs

* HDMI v1.1 (up to 1080p)
* Component Video (up to 1080p)
* S-Video
* Composite Video
* Stereo Analog Audio
* S/PDIF Coax Digital Audio

Interface

* 2x USB 2.0 host
* Parallel ATA

Network

* Ethernet 10/100

Power

* 12V DC, 3A

Dimension

* Width 10.5"(270mm) x Depth 5.25" (132mm) x Height 1.25" (32mm)

Weight

* 2.2 lbs (1Kg)

Package Content

* NMT A-100 (HDD not included)
* 100~240V Power Adapter and 3 Prong Flat US Power Cord
* 1.5M length HDMI cable
* Remote Control with 2 "AAA" batteries
* Quick start guide


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 Re: Re: Re: Why?

 
 by ZimN on: Dec 20 2008
 
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Good, you made ya point! Very idealistic!

But this doesn't solve the problem that I CAN'T watch the mkv-Files on my Player.

Just to remember DivX & Xvid started as free-codecs and see what thay are now. It's just a matter of time till MKV goes the same way.


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 Xbox360

 
 by mrebus on: Nov 29 2008
 
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the reason every one needs mkv to avi is the xbox360 does not support mkv. and if you want to play your mkvs you need to convert them to avi.


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 XBox 360?

 
 by ZimN on: Dec 20 2008
 
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That is maybe your reason, but not mine.

I don't have a XBox 360. I have an DVD-Player which allows me to play DivX/Xvid-Files, but no mkv.

And there more DVD-Players which doesn't support MKV out there then XBox & PS3 together.


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 subtitles

 
 by aarons6 on: Feb 16 2010
 
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i had some files with 2 languages and subtitles. i chose english and none but the avi file still had them on.

i had to use mkvtools to remove them, then convert to avi


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 How to Execute the Script

 
 by ramsforums on: Jul 5 2013
 
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I am new to Linux. I am using ubuntu 12.04
I have installed kommander

and executed

I got the following ERROR

Error: no dialog given. Use --stdin option to read dialog from standard input.

How do I execute the script?

Thanks


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