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  1. Playful Explorer Baby Naruto's Avatar
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    Hi, does anyone here know of a good remuxer with a user friendly interface, that can batch or queue alot of remuxes at once?

    If you do suggest a converter, please make sure it can copy the audio/video streams from MKVs and remux them into MP4s.

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    Mkv2mp4 won't do batch remuxing. (you have to add each file) If you have all your Mkv's in one folder, mkv/avi to mp4 will do batch remuxing. The program hasn't been updated in 5 years, but i've had less problems with it than Mkv2mp4.
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    I see. Maybe Rebox.net.
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    Originally Posted by Mr.Delusional View Post
    Mkv2mp4 won't do batch remuxing. (you have to add each file)
    That's not true. When you press the "Add" button, you can select multiple files. Or better yet, you can drag and drop multiple files into the program window.
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    Originally Posted by Baldrick View Post
    Thanks for trying to help, but I can't get that program to re-encode HE-AAC audio to LC-AAC audio.

    Otherwise it is what I wanted.

    Originally Posted by Mr.Delusional View Post
    If you have all your MKVs in one folder, mkv/avi to mp4 will do batch remuxing.

    The program hasn't been updated in 5 years, but I've had less problems with it than Mkv2Mp4.
    Thanks man, will be sure to try that one out soon.

    Originally Posted by Baldrick View Post
    I see. Maybe Rebox.net.
    I'll try this one out if mkv/avi to mp4 doesn't work, but thanks for the suggestion.
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