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Inviska MKV Extract (64-bit)

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Download Inviska MKV Extract 11.0 (64-bit)

  -  7 MB  -  Open Source

What's new in this version:

- Files now expand when added to list - When you add a file to the list it is now expanded to display the tracks If you want to revert to the previous behaviour, uncheck the option "Automatically expand file items to show tracks" in the Preferences
- Added option to retain output directory - If you want to use the same output directory for all jobs, you can check the new "Save output directory between jobs and sessions" option With this enabled, the output directory will be retained after completing an extraction job and will be restored after restarting the program
- Files can now be removed from list - Individual files can removed from the list by selecting the file(s) and pressing the Delete key
- Aborted tracks are now deleted - Partially extracted tracks, timestamps and cues will now be deleted when you abort the extraction process, as these files would be incomplete and unusable Fully extracted tracks are still left in place after an abort
- Extracted filename format changed - It was pointed out that, if the three letter language code appears immediately before the extension in the filename, MKVToolNix-GUI will read the language code and automatically set the language To take advantage of this feature the language code now appears before the extension
- Fixed issue with TrueHD and E-AC-3 - The extension of extracted Dolby TrueHD and E-AC-3 tracks were set as unknown, but this has now been changed to thd and eac3
- Added some shortcut keys - Ctrl+Shift+B begins extract, Ctrl+Shift+C clears the file list and Ctrl+Shift+O opens the dialog to set the output directory On Mac the shortcuts are Cmd+Shift
- MKVToolNix now included in Linux AppImage - Inviska MKV Extract does not work with the MKVToolNix Snap or AppImage, so some Linux users have had difficulty getting Inviska MKV Extract working To avoid these problems, the MKVToolNix command line tools are included in the Inviska MKV Extract AppImage The latest version of MKVToolNix available at the time of release will be used, which will generally be newer than the version in most distro repositories For example, this release uses MKVToolNix 37, while the version in the Ubuntu 1904 repository is 31, the version in the Ubuntu 1804 repository is 19, and the version in the Ubuntu 1604 repository is 88 Bundling MKVToolNix will therefore result in fewer problems, will increase potability, and will use a more recent version of MKVToolNix than is in the distro repository On the negative side, the AppImage is now 45MB
- Added Spanish translation - Translation by AOCarallo (origionally added in the now deleted verison 101)

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