Pazera Free MKV to AVI Converter Portable 1.4
Windows XP/2003/Vista/2008/7/8 / Linux (under Wine)
Software Product Description
MKV is an open standard of multimedia container that allows to embed multiple audio tracks and subtitles in one file. For this reason it is very often used to rip DVD and Blu-ray discs. Unfortunately, many players and video editing programs do not support the MKV format. In this case, it is necessary to convert MKV files to more popular format, such as AVI or MPG.
The program has a number of predefined settings (profiles) specially designed for novice users. While more advanced users can customize video and audio encoding parameters used by encoder: audio and video codec, audio and video bitrate, audio track to convert, fps, sampling frequency, resolution, volume, deinterlacing, and other.
The Pazera Free MKV to AVI Converter interface is a very simple and user-friendly. To convert video files, just drag & drop them into main window and click the CONVERT button.
The most important features:
What´s New in version 1.4:
FreewareFiles tested Pazera Free MKV to AVI Converter Portable 1.4 on 2014-06-21 using leading antivirus scanners and found it 100% Clean.
Reviewer: -Mister White Review Date: 2015-01-17
Average Rating (17 Votes )
Pros: It converts files relatively fast. Supports converting multiple files, one after the other (extremely handy when converting episodes). It's very easy to use. After conversion the output file size is very close to the original. Both Video and Audio quality is beyond descent. Basically, if you got down a TV Show in MKV format that you want to play on your old DVD Player, this program will let you convert an entire season in around 1 or 2 hours (depending on the amount of RAM and CPU power that your computer has. And of course, file size and the settings that you use) I can convert 6 MKV files of around 255MB size each in around an hour (without using 2 pass encoding) on a 3GHz single core CPU with only 1 GB of RAM.
Other Thoughts: I'm using Video to Video Converter for individual files, but for some reason it does not apply the specified settings to ALL the files that you add in the list, just the first one, and by doing so it does not convert multiple files properly.
Therefore i started using Pazera MKV to AVI for converting multiple files.