Convert RM to MKV on Mac
How to convert realmedia .rm to Matroska .mkv on Mac OS?
RM, as a popular video format used in the internet for distributing videos, can be downloaded from internet freely. If you get a bunch of RM videos and want to change these RM videos to MKV, you may get some useful tips here.
RM Converter for Mac is able to convert rm, rmvb and ra file to friendly video format avi and a variety of others with least time and best output quality. If you get trouble that QuickTimer player can't play RM/RMVB files, RM to MKV converter for Mac will be your best choice to convert rm/rmvb to QuickTime readable format mov. At the time you think you get the right program there are reasons behind. Rm converter to avi manages to play, edit and convert rm/rmvb file to meet all your demands.
Step-by-step to Convert RM to Matroska .mkv on Mac
Add RM files to the program
Open this RM to MKV Converter for Mac when you finish installing it. Just simply drag and drop your RM videos to the window or go to Add Files button to locate the RM files to this software. Also, this Video Converter supports to convert several RM videos to MKV simultaneously, namely, you can add many RM videos to the program to convert at one go.
Pick MKV as output format
Open the format list by hitting the format icon or the Convert to box, go to the Common Video column to set MKV as output format. If necessary, you can customize the resolution, bit rate, frame rate, etc. by hitting the Settings button. For instance, you can set a lower resolution to get a smaller MKV file. Besides, this program allows you to trim, split, crop videos, etc., for more details, just visit: User Guide of Mac Video Converter.
Convert RM to MKV
Once you have set the MKV as output format, click the Convert button to start converting RM videos to MKV on Mac OS. This Mac RM Video Converter will do the rest automatically. And when the conversion is finished, hit Open to find the converted MKV files.
What is mkv?
MKV files can also be played on Palm, Symbian, and Pocket PC mobile devices using the CorePlayer Mobile software. The Matroska video format has become popular in the anime fan-subbing community (where users create subtitles) since it supports multiple audio and subtitle tracks in the same container. Video container format similar to .AVI and .MOV that supports several types of video compression and video codecs; can play back SRT, SSA and USF text subtitles, as well as VobSub subtitles from DVDs.
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