This is the Windows app named gMKVExtractGUI whose latest release can be downloaded as gMKVExtractGUI.v184.108.40.206z. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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A GUI for mkvextract utility (part of MKVToolNix) which incorporates most (if not all) functionality of mkvextract and mkvinfo utilities.
Written in C# .NET 4.0, in order to attain high compatibility with Windows OS (WinXP and newer Windows), as well as Linux through Mono (v1.6.4 and newer), and perhaps OSX (not tested).
- Use 100% of mkvextract functionality (supports extraction of tracks, timecodes, attachments, chapters in both XML and OGM, tags and CUE sheet)
- Supports batch extraction of multiple files (from v2.0.0 and above)
- Supports custom output filename patterns (from v2.5.0 and above)
- Use mkvinfo and mkvmerge to analyse mkv elements really really fast
- Finds the audio track's delay relative to video and writes it to the extracted filename
- Automatically detects MKVToolnix installation directory from registry
- It doesn't require the executable to be placed inside MKVToolnix directory
- Uses file extensions for tracks according to CODEC_ID as defined in official mkvextract documentation
- Uses separate thread for invoking mkvextract in order to have a responsive GUI
- Incorporates a job mode for batch extracting (new in v1.6)
- Supports all Windows Versions from WinXP and above
- Supports Linux through Mono (from v1.6.4 and above)
- Supports High DPI evironments (from v2.2.0 and above)
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