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How to Download and Use Mkvmerge GUI on Windows 7 64-bit

How to Download and Use Mkvmerge GUI on Windows 7 64-bit

Mkvmerge GUI is a graphical user interface for the mkvmerge program, which is a part of the MKVToolNix software suite. Mkvmerge GUI allows you to create, edit, and inspect MKV (Matroska) files, which are a popular container format for multimedia content. With Mkvmerge GUI, you can merge multiple video, audio, and subtitle tracks into one MKV file, split or extract streams from existing MKV files, change the properties of MKV files, and more.

In this article, we will show you how to download and use Mkvmerge GUI on Windows 7 64-bit. You will need a Windows 7 64-bit computer with an internet connection and some MKV files to work with.


Step 1: Download Mkvmerge GUI

There are several sources where you can download Mkvmerge GUI for Windows 7 64-bit. One of them is[^1^], which offers a direct download link for the latest version of MKVToolNix, which includes Mkvmerge GUI. Alternatively, you can visit the official website of MKVToolNix[^4^] and choose the Windows installer or portable version for your system. You can also find other download options on[^2^],[^3^], or[^5^]. Make sure you download the 64-bit version of MKVToolNix that matches your Windows 7 operating system.

Step 2: Install or Run Mkvmerge GUI

If you downloaded the installer version of MKVToolNix, you will need to run the setup file and follow the instructions to install the software on your computer. You can choose the destination folder and the components you want to install. You can also customize the language and the start menu shortcuts. After the installation is complete, you can launch Mkvmerge GUI from the start menu or the desktop icon.

If you downloaded the portable version of MKVToolNix, you will need to extract the zip file to a folder of your choice. You can then run Mkvmerge GUI by double-clicking on the mmg.exe file in the folder. You don't need to install anything on your computer to use the portable version.

Step 3: Use Mkvmerge GUI

Once you have Mkvmerge GUI running on your computer, you can start using it to create or edit MKV files. The main window of Mkvmerge GUI has four tabs: Input, Global options, Attachments, and Chapters. In the Input tab, you can add the files that you want to merge into one MKV file. You can drag and drop files from your computer or use the Add button to browse for them. You can add video files, audio files, subtitle files, or other MKV files as input sources. You can also remove or rearrange the order of the input files using the buttons on the right side.

For each input file, you can select which tracks you want to include in the output MKV file. You can also change the track name, language, default flag, forced flag, compression mode, timecodes file, delay, stretch by factor, aspect ratio, cropping parameters, character set encoding, and tags for each track using the options below. You can also add attachments such as fonts or images to your output MKV file using the Attachments tab.

In the Global options tab, you can specify the output file name and location using the Browse button. You can also enable or disable splitting options, linking options, chapter generation options, and webm compliance options for your output MKV file. In the Chapters tab, you can add or edit chapters for your output MKV file using a simple or advanced editor.

When you are done with all the settings, you can click on the Start muxing button at the bottom right corner of the window to start creating your output MKV file. You can monitor the progress and status of the muxing process in a new window that will pop up. You can also cancel or pause the muxing process at any time using the buttons on that window.

After the muxing process is finished, you will see a message saying "Muxing completed successfully" 29c81ba772


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