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How to cut mkv files in batches
in Windows Video Editor

MKV is an open standard free container and file format that accommodate a variety of different types of encoded video, audio and subtitle streams.

Batch Cutter is to cut multiple video/audio files in bulk.



Step 1: Import mkv file s.

First of all, an interface which involve a wide range of tools such as cropping, watermarking, joining, rotating, splitting and so on will automatically come into view when you open Windows video editor tool. Please click " Batch Cutter ” to unlock the corresponding window. Then you should click "+" in an attempt to import MKV files. After selecting and opening it, the video in MKV format will appear in the vision of the field.

Step 2: Cut videos in batches.

After completing above steps, you could drag and drop the blue sliding icon on either side with the purpose of selecting pieces you want to preserve or delete from several videos. When you place your mouse on it, there is then followed by a two-way arrow.

Step 3: Confirm the position of the cut.

When you click the video on the left again, the segment you selected will automatically emerge on the right. You can confirm the location of the connection by clicking the video again.

Step 4: Export mkv files.

Click "Export" after you have polished the video in MKV format. Provided that you want to export the video with MKV, you just click the boxes beside "keep original format" and "Export". You can also choose other formats and device to save it on the computer. Rename your video and ensure that the saving location is right. The settings for resolution are also available for you. Finally, don't forget to click "Export" to save converted MKV file.


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