[Matroska-users] To make them into a movie.

Ivan Kowalenko ivan.kowalenko at gmail.com
Fri Feb 23 08:45:27 CET 2007


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On Feb 22, 2007, at 16.42, Tom White wrote:

> I have 124 .mkv files. With .rar files I use quickpar and then  
> winrar to make the .rar files into a movie.

I'm assuming you mean that you had a RAR file that was broken up into  
124 parts, which you joined and decompressed? Just for future  
reference, WinRAR can usually determine when a file is broken into  
several parts and reassemble itself on the fly.

> What do I do with .mkv files ?

You play them, and hopefully enjoy them. There's a splitter package  
for Windows, but I find the easiest way to handle this is just to  
install and use VLC, since it doesn't require and additional codec  
packs, filters, or presets.

> Any help gratefully recieved.
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