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12-15-2009, 09:57 PM
How to convert MKV files to other video formats like AVI, MOV, MP4, etc. on Mac? (Support Snow Leopard)

Feel headache to deal with tons of MKV files downloaded from the network on your Mac OS? Congratulations, you are lucky enough to be here, since this thread here will focus on this point and tell you how to convert MKV files to other video formats like AVI, MOV, MP4, etc. on Mac, even the newly released Snow Leopard is supported. I believe some of you are searching solutions to this problem, in that case, just feel free to get whatever you need from this post with ease. The program we will use is called Pavtube MKV Converter for Mac (http://www.pavtube.com/mkv-converter-mac/), and now let’s have a look at the step-by-step instruction of it together.

Step 1: Download, install and launch Pavtube MKV Converter for Mac (http://www.pavtube.com/mkv-converter-mac/).

See, the following window is its friendly main interface, you can click “Add” button to load MKV files which you want to convert into this program.


Step 2: Choose output format and set destination folder

As soon as MKV files are input, now click on the drop-down list of “Format” to select an output format according to your end use of the output files. For example, import to iPhone or iPod for playback, you can select MP4; add to BlackBerry for entertainment, you can choose WMV or AVI; upload to YouTube for sharing, you can select FLV; load to iMovie for further editing you can choose MOV, etc. What’s more, if you want to join multiple MKV files to be one file, you can check “Merge into one file” to realize it. Imagine you dislike using the path set by default to save the output files, you can specify one by yourself through hitting “Browse” button.


Step 3: Set configurable settings

Pavtube MKV Converter for Mac (http://www.pavtube.com/mkv-converter-mac/) permits users adjusting video and audio parameters like codec, aspect ratio, bit rate, frame rate, etc., in that case, you can decide the output file size and the video quality. In principle, the larger input values will generate better quality, but accompanying with larger file size; on the contrary, the smaller input values will produce smaller file size, but in accordance with more inferior file quality. Due to this, you’d better make a balance between the output file size and the output file quality. If you are not good at configuration, you can totally skip this step.


Step 4: Convert

As long as the above mentioned steps are all finished, what you should do next is just pressing “Convert” button to begin conversion. After done, click on the “Open” button, and then you will find out the output files easily.

12-20-2009, 08:57 PM
Pavtube MKV Converter for MAC (http://www.pavtube.com/mkv-converter-mac/)


*Convert any MKV movies from website or other source.
*Perfect audio and video sync transmission.
*Clip, watermark, merge, or add effects to edit the video.
*Deinterlace to get perfect output video quality.
*Support VFW codec encoding and 5.1channel audio output.

Pavtube MKV Converter for Mac is a splendid MKV Converter on Mac OS X, which can perfectly transfer MKV file you downloaded with Emule, Limewire, or BT for any popular portable devices. You can take it as an MKV to iPod converter, MKV to iPhone converter, MKV to iPhone 3G converter, MKV to Apple TV converter,MKV to PSP converter, MKV to BlackBerry converter, MKV to Creative Zen converter, MKV to iriver converter, MKV to Zune converter, MKV to iMovie converter, MKV to FLV converter, etc.

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Pavtube MKV Converter (http://www.pavtube.com/mkv-converter/)