Check out Tom's Guide's latest article on MKV editing tools.
MKV is a multimedia container format that can hold an unlimited number of video, audio, picture, or subtitle tracks in one file. MKV creation and editing tools are very popular nowadays -- they let people grab videos from discs or do the reverse (burn these movies onto optical media). If you're new to all of this, don't panic. The team over on Tom's Guide has put together a list of 10 editors along with a brief description of what they do in '10 Tools for Creating and Editing MKVs.'
For the uninitiated, MKV is a multimedia container format that stores all of a movie's information in one file. The full name of the format is the Matroska Multimedia Container, named after that set of Russian dolls "of decreasing size placed one inside the other."
As one MKV can contain all the data you need to watch a movie, the video, audio, image, and subtitle tracks, MKV creation and editing tools are very popular nowadays. They let people grab videos from discs or do the reverse (burn these movies onto optical media).
With that in mind, let's go through the 10 tools that will let you work with MKVs.