MKV is a popular format, widely used by many film producers. Its popularity owing to the high defination viewing experience and the famous “Multiple subtitles, multiple audio tracks”. However, this format isn’t compatibled well with most tablets, no matter Apple’s iPad or Android tablets.
Selecting an external player for your tablet is a solution, but for people who own a large number of MKV videos and have high demands on video quality. This solution isn’t satisfactory. MKV is a typical container format. Though the video are all with .mkv extension. They use different video and audio codec. For example, if the player you installed for your tablet can play a mkv video file, but not sure it can play other mkv videos.
In order to get the as well as original viewing experience, and watch all mkv movies on tablets, you need a professional MKV converter. Which is produced by Pavtube Studio. It could help you to convert MKV to MP4, MKV to WMV, MKV to AVI, MKV to MOV, MKV to FLV etc.
What’s more, there are many presets for tablets and smartphones, to help you easily get the best video format for your device. Including iPad, iPhone, Apple TV, Samsung Galaxy Tab, playbook, kindle fire, nook color, Transformer Prime, Motorola Xoom, HP TouchPad and more.
Meanwhile, it allows you to select wanted subs/audio/video track to be kept in the output files. and you also can choose certain chapters in a source MKV file to convert at will. Above all, If you want to get 5.1 channel, it could help you easily make it.
Finally, hope this MKV converter will help you handling all your MKV films in an easy way. If you have any problem during the process of using, you may contact email@example.com to seek help.
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