Moritz Bunkus has released version 34 of MKVToolNix. With this open source program, matroska files can be viewed, edited and converted. For example, sound tracks and subtitles can be added, removed or set as default. MKVToolNix is a collection of separate command line tools, but a graphical user interface is also included. Downloads are available for Windows, various Linux distributions, and macOS. This release fixes the following three issues:
- mkvmerge: all subtitle frames are now treated as key frames in order to fix
wrong data in source files. Fixes #2541.
- mkvmerge: AV1: fixed frame timestamp calculation when reading bitstreams
that lack timing information from IVF files. Fixes #2553.
- mkvmerge: Matroska reader: fixed an infinite loop that could happen with
large video frames and applied timestamp files due to too much data being
buffered at the wrong time. Fixes #2550.
|Operating systems||Windows 7, Linux, BSD, macOS, Windows 8, Windows 10|