How to Convert MKV to TS with High-speed and Excellent Quality
To convert MKV to TS, this MKV to TS converter (Video Converter) is strongly recommended. Compared with other freeware or shareware, it features seamless conversion (1:1 quality ratio, 3D effect available) and high-speed (6X faster). Meanwhile, the output is highly compatible with almost all players or video editing tools. Below is the step-by-step guide, follow it to complete the MKV to TS conversion without hassle.
Before everything, download, install and run this program. Note: Video Converter is cross-platform. It's supported OS: Windows 7/XP/Vista; Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7(Lion), or 10.8. Two versions share almost the same feature, and here we'll take windows version as the example.
Step 1: Load MKV files
- Click "Convert" tab -> "Add files" to locate your destination file and import them.
- Drag and drop your MKV videos to the main interface.
If you have a couple of converting MKV to TS tasks, load them together to save time and ease your conversion. Double click the video thumbnails; they'll begin to play on the previewing pane.
Step 2: Choose TS from HD video output
Click the format icon in the "Output Format" pane on right side of this MKV to TS converter. In the drop-down menu, choose TS from "Format">"HD" video.
Step 3: Optimize output file(optional)
1) Click "Settings" option, and set resolution, encoder, rates as per your favorites, or just let it be defaulted one.
2) Crop, Trim, Zoom your TS file. Right click the chosen TS file, and you'll go to video edit window. Common editing tools are available to make your videos customized.
Step 4: Start MKV to TS conversion
When it's all the way you like it, press "Convert" button. It usually takes 5 min to half an hour depends on your video size. The progress bar will show you the remaining time.
MKV vs TS : MKV (a.k.a. Matroska) is an open standard free container format which can stores multiple streams (video, audio and subtitles) in a single file. Due to its flexible compressed way and renders relatively smaller size, it becomes widespread over Internet and often marked as a favorite video form by many Netizens. TS (a.k.a. MPEG transport stream) is a standard multimedia format for transmission and storage of audio, video, and Program and System Information Protocol (PSIP) data. It's a commonly used video format for digital television and HDTV.
Feel free to download and try this video converter.