- What is MakeMKV?
- Key features and features of MakeMKV
- MakeMKV Beta and how to extend the trial period
- How to install MakeMKV Beta
- How to Translate MakeMKV into Japanese
- How to use MakeMKV's ripping feature
What is MakeMKV?
MakeMKV is a one-click solution that converts your videos into a free format (MKV) that can be played anywhere.MakeMKV is a tool for converting video formats, also known as "transcoders".Convert your own (normally encrypted) disk video clips to MKV files, leaving most of the information, but not changing the contents of the disc.
The MKV format allows you to store multiple video/audio tracks with all meta-information and leave the chapter intact.There are many players that can play MKV files on almost any platform, and there are tools to convert MKV files to many formats such as DVDs and Blu-ray discs.
The main features and features of MakeMKV:
- Convert DVD and Blu-ray discs to MKV files
- Processing AACS and BD+ protection on Blu-ray disks (CPRM and
- AVCREC, etc. are not supported) video and audio tracks, chapter information, meta information as it is stored
- Fast conversion: Convert only the speed at which the drive can read data
- Back up a whole DVD or Blu-ray to a folder
- Available on Windows, Mac and Linux
- DVD disc analysis is always free
- All features (including Blu-ray processing) are free during the beta period
Knowledge: MKV stands for "Matroska Video".Matroska is a container file format that can store an unlimited number of video, audio, subtitle tracks, and metadata.This actually means that you can put multiple sounds and an entire movie, including subtitle tracks, chapter information, and movie thumbnails, in a single file.
MKV files can be played by many media players.The media player corresponding to the playback of MKV videos is ALLPlayer BS. Player, CorePlayer, DivX Player, Daum PotPlayerGOM Player, Gstreamer-based player, jetAudio, The KMPlayerTotalMedia, Theatre Media Player Classic, MPlayer, MPlayer Extended, ShowTime, SMPlayer, Target Longlife, Media Player, The Core Pocket Media Includes Player, VLC media player, xine, Zoom Player GNOME video, etc.
MakeMKV Beta and how to extend the trial period
MakeMKV Beta is a 30-day free trial version available on MakeMK.After the trial period expires, you can extend the trial period once it is regularly published in the MakeMKV Forum and you have obtained a file called CurrentBetaKey.
How to install MakeMKV Beta
To install MakeMKV Beta, it is recommended that you download it directly from the official website.Click Download to open the download page.Depending on the operating system you use, select the version of the software and download it.When the download is complete, install as instructed.
Double-click Setup_MakeMKV_v1 .14.7 to begin the installation.First, specify the language as English.Click OK.
Check and agree with "I accept the terms of the License Agreement".Press Next.
Select the location where you want to install the software, then click Next.
Click Install.Wait for the installation to complete.When you're done, click Next.
Click Finish.This concludes the installation.
How to Translate MakeMKV into Japanese
Start the installed software, press the "view" button above, and click "Preference".Then click Language and select Japanese.Click OK to complete the language installation.Exit MakeMKV, and then start it again.That's when the language is changed to Japanese.
How to use MakeMKV's ripping feature
Step1: If you start MakeMKV and the optical drive already contains a DVD or Blu-ray disc, MakeMKV will automatically load the disc.If you want to rip an ISO file, click the camera icon at the top right and select the ISO file to start importing.
Step2: You'll get a message like this.Press Yes.Then the file analysis begins.
Step4: When the analysis is over, specify the title you want to rip.Then select the output folder.Click the Make MKV button on the right.
To convert a single Blu-ray disc can be done in about ten minutes, but there are quite a few that fail for unknown reasons.MakeMKV doesn't seem to be very good at handling damaged disks, and because it flies scratched, it often happens that only some files could be converted after all.Therefore, it is a software that is fairly fast and easy to use, but since the conversion is unstable, you may need copy ripping software like DVDFab.
DVDFab is also a software with functions such as DVD, BD copy, ripping, etc. that are useful to many users over the years.MkV, of course, can also be converted to formats such as MP4, FLV, AVI, WMV, VOB, M2TS, TS, etc.
I tried to rip the failed file again with MakeMKV using the DVDFab Blu-ray ripping tool, but it was a success.Compared to MakeMKV, ripping time is slightly longer, but since it is a software that is still being developed and updated, it also supports the latest copy guard.In addition, it seems to be able to handle the disk with the wound properly, and it is a reliable tool.If you are worried about failures or errors, you may want to choose this software.