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Why You Should Use rebox.NET v1.9.6.0 Portable to Convert MKV Files to Compatible Formats




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rebox.NET v1.9.6.0 Portable: A Handy Tool for Converting MKV to MP4, AVCHD or TS




If you have ever downloaded or created an MKV file, you may have encountered some problems when trying to play it on your devices or media players. MKV is a popular container format that can store multiple video, audio, subtitle, and chapter tracks in a single file. However, not all devices and media players support MKV files, or they may have issues with playback quality, synchronization, or compatibility. That's why you may need to convert MKV files to other formats that are more widely supported and compatible with your devices and media players.




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One of the best tools for converting MKV files is rebox.NET v1.9.6.0 Portable. rebox.NET is a simple and fast application that can convert MKV files to MP4, AVCHD, or TS formats without re-encoding the video or audio tracks. This means that you can preserve the original quality and save time and disk space. rebox.NET can also handle multiple audio and subtitle tracks, as well as chapters and metadata. rebox.NET is portable, which means that you don't need to install it on your computer. You can just run it from any folder or USB drive.


In this article, I will show you how to use rebox.NET v1.9.6.0 Portable to convert MKV files to MP4, AVCHD, or TS formats. I will also share some tips and tricks for using rebox.NET, such as how to batch convert multiple MKV files, how to split or join MKV files, and how to fix common errors and problems. By the end of this article, you will be able to use rebox.NET v1.9.6.0 Portable like a pro and enjoy your MKV files on any device or media player.


How to Use rebox.NET v1.9.6.0 Portable




Using rebox.NET v1.9.6.0 Portable is very easy and straightforward. You just need to follow these steps:


Downloading and Running rebox.NET




The first step is to download rebox.NET v1.9.6.0 Portable from its official website. The download file is a ZIP archive that contains the rebox.NET executable file and some other files. You don't need to extract the ZIP archive, you can just run the rebox.NET executable file from inside the ZIP archive.


To run rebox.NET v1.9.6.0 Portable, you can double-click on the rebox.NET executable file or right-click on it and choose "Run as administrator". You will see the main window of rebox.NET, which looks like this:



As you can see, the main window of rebox.NET has a simple and intuitive interface that consists of four sections: Input File, Output Mode, Settings/Options, and Status/Progress.


Selecting an Input File




The next step is to select an input file that you want to convert from MKV to MP4, AVCHD, or TS format. You can do this by clicking on the "Browse" button next to the "Input File" field and navigating to the folder where your MKV file is located. Alternatively, you can also drag and drop your MKV file into the "Input File" field.


Once you select an input file, rebox.NET will analyze it and display some information about it in the "Input File" section, such as the file name, size, duration, video codec, audio codec, subtitle tracks, chapter count, etc.


You can also choose a video and audio track from the input file by clicking on the drop-down menus next to the "Video Track" and "Audio Track" fields. By default, rebox.NET will select the first video and audio track in the input file.


Choosing an Output Mode




The next step is to choose an output mode for your converted file. rebox.NET v1.9.6.0 Portable supports three output modes: MP4, TS, and AVCHD.


MP4 is a widely used container format that can store video and audio data in various codecs and formats. MP4 files are compatible with most devices and media players.


TS is a transport stream format that is used for broadcasting digital video and audio data over networks or storage media. TS files are compatible with some devices and media players that support MPEG-2 transport streams.


AVCHD is a high-definition video format that is used for recording and playing back HD video on camcorders or Blu-ray discs. AVCHD files are compatible with some devices and media players that support Blu-ray discs or AVCHD playback.


You can choose an output mode by clicking on the drop-down menu next to the "Output Mode" field in the "Settings/Options" section. By default, rebox.NET will select MP4 as the output mode.


Here are some differences and compatibility of each output mode:



Output Mode


Differences


Compatibility


MP4


- Supports H.264, HEVC, MPEG-4, and MPEG-2 video codecs - Supports AAC, AC3, DTS, MP3, and PCM audio codecs - Supports SRT, SSA, ASS, and VobSub subtitle formats - Supports chapters and metadata - Has a smaller file size than TS or AVCHD


- Compatible with most devices and media players - Recommended for general use and online streaming


TS


- Supports MPEG-2 and H.264 video codecs - Supports AC3, DTS, MP2, and PCM audio codecs - Supports DVB and PGS subtitle formats - Does not support chapters or metadata - Has a larger file size than MP4 or AVCHD


- Compatible with some devices and media players that support MPEG-2 transport streams - Recommended for recording or broadcasting digital video and audio data over networks or storage media


AVCHD


- Supports H.264 video codec - Supports AC3 and PCM audio codecs - Supports PGS subtitle format - Supports chapters and metadata - Has a larger file size than MP4 but smaller than TS


- Compatible with some devices and media players that support Blu-ray discs or AVCHD playback - Recommended for recording or playing back HD video on camcorders or Blu-ray discs


You can select an output mode based on your needs and preferences. For example, if you want to convert an MKV file with HEVC video codec and AAC audio codec to a format that is compatible with your iPhone, you can choose MP4 as the output mode. If you want to convert an MKV file with MPEG-2 video codec and AC3 audio codec to a format that is compatible with your DVD player, you can choose TS as the output mode. If you want to convert an MKV file with H.264 video codec and PCM audio codec to a format that is compatible with your Blu-ray player, you can choose AVCHD as the output mode.


Adjusting Settings and Options




The next step is to adjust some settings and options for your converted file. You can do this by clicking on the buttons next to the "Settings/Options" field in the "Settings/Options" section.


The first button is the "Output File" button, which allows you to change the output file name and location. By default, rebox.NET will use the same file name and location as the input file, but with a different extension according to the output mode. For example, if your input file is "movie.mkv" and your output mode is MP4, rebox.NET will use "movie.mp4" as the output file name. You can change this by clicking on the "Output File" button and browsing for a different file name and location.


The second button is the "Subtitles/Chapters" button, which allows you to enable or disable subtitles and chapters for your converted file. By default, rebox.NET will enable subtitles and chapters if they are present in the input file. You can disable them by clicking on the "Subtitles/Chapters" button and unchecking the boxes next to "Enable Subtitles" and "Enable Chapters". You can also choose which subtitle track to include in the output file by clicking on the drop-down menu next to "Subtitle Track". By default, rebox.NET will select the first subtitle track in the input file.


The third button is the "Audio Conversion" button, which allows you to customize some audio conversion settings for your converted file. By default, rebox.NET will not re-encode the audio track in the input file, but it will adjust some parameters such as bitrate, sampling rate, channels, etc. to match the output mode. You can change this by clicking on the "Audio Conversion" button and checking the box next to "Re-encode Audio". This will allow you to choose a different audio codec, bitrate, sampling rate, channels, etc. for your output file. However, this will also increase the conversion time and reduce the audio quality.


Starting the Conversion Process




The final step is to start the conversion process. You can do this by clicking on the "Start" button at the bottom of the main window. rebox.NET will then start converting your input file to your chosen output mode.


You can stop the conversion process at any time by clicking on the "Stop" button. However, this will cancel the conversion and delete the output file.


You can monitor the progress and status of the conversion process in the "Status/Progress" section at the bottom of the main window. You will see some information such as the elapsed time, remaining time, current speed, average speed, current size, estimated size, etc.


You can also view the log file for more details about the conversion process by clicking on the "Log" button. The log file will show you some messages such as the input and output file names, video and audio tracks, subtitles and chapters, settings and options, errors and warnings, etc.


When the conversion process is finished, you will see a message saying "Conversion completed successfully" in the "Status/Progress" section. You will also hear a sound notification. You can then close rebox.NET or choose another input file to convert.


Tips and Tricks for Using rebox.NET v1.9.6.0 Portable




Now that you know how to use rebox.NET v1.9.6.0 Portable to convert MKV files to MP4, AVCHD, or TS formats, here are some tips and tricks that can help you get the most out of rebox.NET:


How to Batch Convert Multiple MKV Files




If you have multiple MKV files that you want to convert to the same or different output modes, you can use rebox.NET's batch conversion feature. This feature allows you to add multiple MKV files to a queue list and convert them one by one automatically.


To use the batch conversion feature, you need to click on the "Batch Mode" button at the top of the main window. This will open a new window that looks like this:



In this window, you can add multiple MKV files to the queue list by clicking on the "Add Files" button or dragging and dropping them into the queue list. You can also remove files from the queue list by clicking on the "Remove Files" button or pressing the Delete key on your keyboard.


For each file in the queue list, you can choose a different output mode by clicking on the drop-down menu next to the "Output Mode" column. You can also change the output file name and location by clicking on the "Output File" column.


Once you have added all the files that you want to convert and set their output modes, you can start the batch conversion process by clicking on the "Start Batch" button at the bottom of the window. rebox.NET will then convert each file in the queue list one by one and display the progress and status of each file in the "Status/Progress" column. You can stop the batch conversion process at any time by clicking on the "Stop Batch" button. However, this will cancel the conversion and delete the output files. When the batch conversion process is finished, you will see a message saying "Batch conversion completed successfully" at the bottom of the window. You will also hear a sound notification. You can then close the batch mode window or choose another set of files to convert.


How to Split or Join MKV Files




Sometimes, you may want to split or join MKV files before or after using rebox.NET. For example, you may want to split a large MKV file into smaller parts for easier storage or transfer, or you may want to join multiple MKV files into a single file for continuous playback.


rebox.NET does not have a built-in feature for splitting or joining MKV files, but you can use other tools that can do this task. One of the best tools for splitting or joining MKV files is mkvtoolnix, which is a set of free and open-source tools for creating, editing, and inspecting MKV files. mkvtoolnix includes a graphical user interface called mkvmerge GUI, which allows you to split or join MKV files with ease.


To use mkvtoolnix and mkvmerge GUI to split or join MKV files, you need to download and install them from their official website. Then, you can follow these steps:


To split an MKV file:



  • Run mkvmerge GUI and click on the "Add source files" button to add the MKV file that you want to split.



  • Click on the "Global" tab and check the box next to "Enable splitting".



  • Choose a splitting mode from the drop-down menu next to "Splitting mode". You can choose to split by size, duration, timecodes, chapters, etc.



  • Enter a value for the splitting mode in the field next to "Splitting options". For example, if you choose to split by size, you can enter a value in megabytes (MB) or gigabytes (GB).



  • Click on the "Start muxing" button to start splitting the MKV file. The output files will be saved in the same folder as the input file, with a suffix indicating their order.



To join MKV files:



  • Run mkvmerge GUI and click on the "Add source files" button to add the first MKV file that you want to join.



  • Click on the "Append" button and browse for the second MKV file that you want to join. Repeat this step for any additional MKV files that you want to join.



  • Click on the "Output" tab and change the output file name and location if needed.



  • Click on the "Start muxing" button to start joining the MKV files. The output file will be saved in the folder that you specified.



You can also use rebox.NET to split or join MP4, TS, or AVCHD files after converting them from MKV files. To do this, you need to follow these steps:


To split an MP4, TS, or AVCHD file:



  • Run rebox.NET and select an MP4, TS, or AVCHD file as the input file.



  • Select an output mode that matches the input file format.



  • Click on the "Settings/Options" button and check the box next to "Split Output File".



  • Enter a value for the split size in megabytes (MB) in the field next to "Split Size".



  • Click on the "Start" button to start splitting the MP4, TS, or AVCHD file. The output files will be saved in the same folder as the input file, with a suffix indicating their order.



To join MP4, TS, or AVCHD files:



  • Run rebox.NET and select the first MP4, TS, or AVCHD file that you want to join as the input file.



  • Select an output mode that matches the input file format.



  • Click on the "Settings/Options" button and check the box next to "Join Output Files".



  • Click on the "Add Files" button and browse for the second MP4, TS, or AVCHD file that you want to join. Repeat this step for any additional MP4, TS, or AVCHD files that you want to join.



  • Click on the "Start" button to start joining the MP4, TS, or AVCHD files. The output file will be saved in the same folder as the input file, with a new name.



How to Fix Common Errors and Problems




Sometimes, you may encounter some errors and problems when using rebox.NET. Here are some common errors and problems and how to fix them:


- Error: "Input file is not a valid MKV file". This error means that rebox.NET cannot recognize or open the input file as an MKV file. This may happen if the input file is corrupted, encrypted, or has a wrong extension. To fix this error, you can try to repair the input file using a tool like mkvtoolnix or mkvrepair, decrypt the input file using a tool like makemkv or dvdfab, or rename the input file with a .mkv extension.


- Error: "Output mode is not compatible with input file". This error means that rebox.NET cannot convert the input file to the selected output mode because of some incompatible video or audio codecs. For example, rebox.NET cannot convert an MKV file with HEVC video codec to TS format, or an MKV file with DTS audio codec to MP4 format. To fix this error, you can try to change the output mode to a compatible one, or re-encode the video or audio track using a tool like handbrake or ffmpeg.


- Error: "Conversion failed". This error means that rebox.NET encountered some unexpected problems during the conversion process and could not complete it successfully. This may happen if there is not enough disk space, memory, or CPU resources available, if there are some errors or interruptions in the input or output files, or if there are some bugs or glitches in rebox.NET. To fix this error, you can try to free up some disk space, memory, or CPU resources by closing other applications or processes, check and repair the input or output files using a tool like mkvtoolnix or mp4box, or update rebox.NET to the latest version.


Conclusion




In this article, I have shown you how to use rebox.NET v1.9.6.0 Portable to convert MKV files to MP4, AVCHD, or TS formats. I have also shared some tips and tricks for using rebox.NET, such as how to batch convert multiple MKV files, how to split or join MKV files, and how to fix common errors and problems.


rebox.NET v1.9.6.0 Portable is a handy tool for converting MKV files without re-encoding the video or audio tracks. It can preserve the original quality and save time and disk space. It can also handle multiple audio and subtitle tracks, as well as chapters and metadata. It is portable, which means that you don't need to install it on your computer. You can just run it from any folder or USB drive.


If you have ever downloaded or created an MKV file and wanted to play it on your devices or media players, you should try rebox.NET v1.9.6.0 Portable. It is a simple and fast application that can convert MKV files to MP4, AVCHD, or TS formats with ease. You can download rebox.NET v1.9.6.0 Portable from its official website and start converting your MKV files today.


I hope you found this article helpful and informative. If you have any questions or feedback, please feel free to leave a comment below. Thank you for reading and happy converting!


FAQs




Here are some frequently asked questions and answers about rebox.NET v1.9.6.0 Portable:


Q: Is rebox.NET v1.9.6.0 Portable free and safe to use?




A: Yes, rebox.NET v1.9.6.0 Portable is free and safe to use. It does not contain any viruses, malware, spyware, or adware. It does not require any installation or registration. It does not collect or transmit any personal or sensitive data.


Q: What are the system requirements for rebox.NET v1.9.6.0 Portable?




A: rebox.NET v1.9.6.0 Portable can run on any Windows operating system from Windows XP to Windows 10, both 32-bit and 64-bit versions. It does not require any additional software or libraries to run. However, it does require some disk space, memory, and CPU resources to perform the conversion process.


Q: Can rebox.NET v1.9.6.0 Portable convert other formats besides MKV?




A: No, rebox.NET v1.9.6.0 Portable can only convert MKV files to MP4, AVCHD, or TS formats. It cannot convert other formats such as AVI, MOV, WMV, FLV, etc.


Q: Can rebox.NET v1.9.6.0 Portable convert MKV files with HDR or Dolby Vision?




A: No, rebox.NET v1.9.6.0 Portable cannot convert MKV files with HDR or


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