MKV video is well-know and wildly accepted by its open source and unlimited video/audio streams holding ability. MKV is also quite popular on the internet for sharing HD video content, like cartoon and anime. Even someone will convert HD MKV video onto iPad so that there'll be HD viewing experience on the go.
Do you want to enjoy Full-HD MKV movie downloaded from internet on your Windows PC without paying extra money to get a MKV Player software? Then you need to convert MKV to MPEG which is friendly to PCs, quite friendly to Windows Media Player.
VideoProc fully supports Intel/NVIDIA/AMD powered level-3 hardware acceleration, Multi-core CPU (i3, i5, i7), and is armed with Hyper Threading Technology (converting MKV to MPEG by multi threads at the same time, speed up the conversion timely). That is why this MKV to MPEG converter program can be the fastest solution in the current market, which even supports Microsoft Windows 10.
Step 1: Import your target HD MKV video by clicking "+Video" button.
Step 2: Choose "General Video" as main category and scroll down to find MPEG. MPEG1+MP2, MPEG2+MP2, or MPEG4+MP3 can be chosen as your output format.
Step 3: Set output destination by clicking "Browse" button.
Step 4: Right click on the "RUN" button to begin your MKV to MPEG conversion.
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This functionally integrated HD video converter is capable of converting HD and SD videos, downloading YouTube online video, recording screen and webcam, converting DVD and audio, and so on.
Besides converting MKV video to MPEG, you can also convert MKV to AVI, MP4, AVC, MOV, FLV, WMV, etc. and convert MKV to portable devices like iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Android (Samsung, HTC, Google, Huawei, Acer, etc), PSP, Xbox, Kindle Fire or general cell phone at ultra-fast speed with high quality.
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MKV Video - Free Open Source HD Video format, born with future designs...
MPEG - The 'Moving Picture Experts Group' (MPEG) is a working group of experts that was formed by ISO and IEC to set standards for audio and video compression...
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