How to Fix MKV to VirtualDub Importing Issues

How can I use a mkv file as a source in VirtualDub? I’m not skilled with AviSynth, I barely understand any of it, but I assume it’s possible somehow. The codec used in the mkv is AVC, and basically I want to convert it to an xvid/avi file.

I’m running into a bit of an issue trying to get VirtualDub to load .MKV files that have their video encoded in HEVC. I have the VirtualDub .mkv filter installed and it reads and loads the file, but gives a “No Video” warning on the video frames.

We’d admit VirtualDub is a wonderful tool to help you turn your home videos into professional eye-catching movies. While it’s picky in importing videos. It can only support AVI format. If you stick with VirtualDub and want to edit MKV in VirtualDub, there are 3 possible solutions for you. Continue reading “How to Fix MKV to VirtualDub Importing Issues”

Importing MKV to Corel VideoStudio Issues- Fixed

New to Corel VideoStudio. I noticed when importing an MKV file in Corel VideoStudio timeline, there’s no sound. What is going wrong? From tech support in Corel forum, I know that the problem is for all MKV files. The audio format is not supported by Corel Studio. You may need to convert the MKV file to a format that Corel VideoStudio prefers. This article shares a workaround that definitely worth your time to give it a try.

Actually, MKV as a container format is not an editor friendly format. That’s the basic reason why Corel VideoStudio can’t import MKV files correctly. In order to import MKV files to Corel VideoStudio for editing, it is necessary to convert MKV to Corel VideoStudio supported format like MPEG2. Continue reading “Importing MKV to Corel VideoStudio Issues- Fixed”

How to Bring MKV Video to Pinnacle Studio for Editing

Pinnacle Studio is a powerful video editing software on Windows. You are able to easily import and edit various medias like a MKV movie for making your own masterpiece. However, when you import MKV to Pinnacle Studio for further modification, while you’ll find it not an easy job as Pinnacle Studio seems to incompatible with MKV files:

“I’m having issues importing a MKV to Pinnacle Studio 19. I go into “file” then click “import”. It looks like it’s about to do something but then nothing happens… Thanks for your assistance with this!” Continue reading “How to Bring MKV Video to Pinnacle Studio for Editing”

MKV File No Audio in PowerDirector – Solution

I have a Movie in MKV format that I import into PowerDirector 11 and then drag it into the timeline and only the video shows up in the timeline. I have other videos I import into PowerDirector in other formats and the audio is attached to the video when i drag them into the timeline but not MKV files. The MKV file works fine using VLC and Windows Media Player, both audio and video. Any solution to fix MKV no audio in PowerDirector issue?

After reading several different posts here I put together a working workflow. Actually, MKV as a container format is not an editor friendly format. That’s the basic reason why Cyberlink PowerDirector can’t import MKV files correctly. In order to import MKV files to PowerDirector for editing, it is necessary to convert MKV to PowerDirector supported format like MPEG2. Continue reading “MKV File No Audio in PowerDirector – Solution”

Convert MKV files to Premiere Elements 15/14/13/12/11

As an ideal video editing tool, Adobe Premiere Elements is widely used by video professionals and hobbyists. However, if you want to import MKV to Premiere Elements for additional editing, you’ll be disappointed since Premiere Elements can’t support MKV format. It would be a painful experience opening & editing MKV files with Premiere Elements. And there are some frequently asked question quoted as below.

Q1: Premiere Elements cannot play my .mkv file

“I have a mkv file, which plays perfectly on my PC. If I import the MKV into Adobe PE, the program can’t open and play the video.” Continue reading “Convert MKV files to Premiere Elements 15/14/13/12/11”

How to Export Final Cut Pro Videos to MKV

Final Cut Pro is a professional video editing system that can be used on the computer. After importing and editing MKV in Final Cut Pro, you may want to export Final Cut Pro videos to MKV. You will get the best solution here.

After the videos have been edited by the Final Cut Pro X software they will be in a .mov format. Many people will ask how to get them back to the MKV format so they can use it with the media player that they have. This easily can be achieved by using Brorsoft Video Converter for Mac. The .mov files can be imported to the software and the output format can be changed to MKV. Once this is done, the files are ready to be converted and the process can be started.

Workflow: Export MKV Video from Final Cut Pro Continue reading “How to Export Final Cut Pro Videos to MKV”

Importing MKV Movie to Windows Movie Maker

I edited my films on Windows, but the problem is that it is mkv. It can’t import in Windows Movie Maker. Any solution for me to import and edit MKV in Windows Movie Maker easily?

I have researched the web and tried to follow these instructions on playing and working MKV files with Windows Movie maker. Here are two methods I’ve tired yet.

Method 1. Install codec pack for using MKV in WMM

It’s obviously, MKV is not supported by Windows Movie Maker. As someone suggested, we can try to download a codec pack, which perhaps works. While, it seems a bit complicated, especially for the novice, and usually messes up Windows Movie Maker. I tried it and finally passed it. Actually, it didn’t help me out. Continue reading “Importing MKV Movie to Windows Movie Maker”

How to Open MKV File in After Effects Efficiently

We often see people trying to edit MKV files in After Effcts. While some guys struggle mightily. What’s the deal? Why can’t we import MKV to After Effects and edit happily away? Read on to find it out.

Based our experience and as some guys mentioned in Adobe forum, .MKV is just a container, like AVI. There are, literally, zillions of different codecs that it could be. You probably just don’t have the codec on your machine with which that particular .MKV file is encoded. A quick fix is to convert MKV to After Effects compatible file type like MPEG-2, which will save us both time and trouble, then all we need is to drag the result videos for prompt editing. Continue reading “How to Open MKV File in After Effects Efficiently”

Can’t Edit MKV Files in Adobe Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5 Correctly- Fixed

“I am new to editing and have been wasting away trying to find the best and easiest way to import MKV files into Premiere Pro as the software does not support the file format.”

Ever tried to load and work MKV files with Adobe Premiere Pro. When you try to import MKV to Adobe Premiere Pro for editing, you probably will encounter problems like file importing failure, audio going out of sync or maybe it just play audio with no video rolling at all… That’s because MKV is not compatible with Adobe Premiere Pro. To edit MKV files in Premiere Pro (no matter PP CS4, PP CS5, PP CS6, or the latest version Premiere Pro CC), you have to convert MKV to Adobe Premiere Pro friendly format before importing and editing. Continue reading “Can’t Edit MKV Files in Adobe Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5 Correctly- Fixed”

Importing MKV Videos to Davinci Resolve(macOS Sierra)

A .mkv file is a Matroska video/audio multimedia file. Matroska is not a video codec as it is often thought to be, but a container like MOV and AVI, or an envelope that can hold many different codecs at the same time. If you’ve got some MKV files, how to make a smooth postproduction? Here’s how you can import MKV videos to Davinci Resolve flawlessly. If you just have the intention to edit MKV files in Davinci Resolve, read on for details.

Currently, MKV lacks of compatibility with the Davinci Resolve program. To bring (4K) MKV to Davinci Resolve for editing, the easy workaround is to transcode MKV to Davinci Resolve editing-friendly formats. The following page will show you how to convert MKV to DNxHD for Davinci in details. Continue reading “Importing MKV Videos to Davinci Resolve(macOS Sierra)”