The purpose of this HowTo is to split videofiles which contain more than one episode of a tv show into single-episode files. So they show up individually within plex, can be played individually and don’t produce any of the weird things that multi-episode files are plagued with. The tool used is MKVtoolnixGUI it is freely available for all major PC operating systems. Therefore the container. MKVtools is a collection of tools that can be used to re-encode and manipulate various types of video files, though it's primary purpose is to convert mkv files into more user friendly formats for. FFmpeg is an open source project that develops libraries and programs for handling. MKVToolNix is a collection of tools for the Matroska media container format by Moritz Bunkus including mkvmerge. The free and open source Matroska libraries and tools are available for various platforms including Linux and BSD distributions, macOS and Microsoft Windows. MKVtools is Intel-only (64-bit) and requires Mac OS X 10.9.x or later. It has been tested on a MacBook Pro and a Mac Pro with no known issues. If you are updating from a pre-3.5.x version, the preferences have been updated and as a result you will need to re-enter your.
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