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    robert007 is offline Member Frequent Poster
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    Default Mkv/avi files in MOvie maker

    hi i got a problem with my movie maker (tried with vegas 7.0 too) i cant open mkv /avi files so i can edit my ovn video with it , i'm not sure , but i think there is some kind of codec for the movie maker that allows you to edit Mkv/Avi files, but i cant fint it , can someone help me with this or suggest another movie maker that can open mkv/avi files , (trying to add One piece (avi) and Dn angel(mkv)

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    umm......... virtualdubmod?

    not sure what you want/have to do.
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    Simply convert your MKV to AVI, this way you can work with both videos on WMM..

    Start VirtualDubMod (VDM).
    Load Your MKV-file.
    Go to 'Streams\Streamlist'
    Mark the Audiofile and click on 'Demux'.
    Go to 'Video\Direct Stream Copy'
    Go to 'File\Save As...'
    Choose the AVI Container and hit Save.
    So You have a AVI without a Audio and the audiofile.
    If you want the Audio into the container reopen VDM (if You closed it...)
    Open the AVI.
    Go to 'Streams\Streamlist'
    Click on 'Add'.
    Choose the Audiofile.
    If the Audiostream was OGG, You must reencode it in MP3 or some other format which is supported by the AVI-Container.
    Click 'Ok'.
    Save again the AVI using 'File\Save As...' or press 'F4'.

    Credit to AVALON'S Guide MKV2AVI/MPGE
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    Except if the MKV file has H.264, the AVI isn't going to take that too well. The VFW will allow it, but that's still basically hacking AVI, and with limited B-Frame support, issues still could arise (unless it was encoded with a newer version of x264... but again, that's basically hacking them together so they work).

    Honestly, AVI is old and outdated. I'm sorry.

    If you must hack them together, you best do it the right way... and if you run into H.264, that method above has a low chance of working.

    http://anime.nickistre.net/blog_entr...dec_conversion

    That guide isn't bad. You can stop before re-encoding to xvid if you want. Honestly, once you get the h.264 into AVI, then you can just add the MP3 file to it. Should be set to go then.
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    Or you could simply use Premiere(PC), or Final Cut(MAC).. and work with both files with no problem~

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