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MKV to WAV converter

Convert MKV to WAV online from any device with a free converter.

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About Conversion app

Convert your MKV files online. You can convert your MKV documents from any platform (Windows, Linux, macOS). No registration needed. Just drag and drop your MKV file on upload form, choose the desired output format and click convert button. Once conversion completed you can download your WAV file.

You even can perform more advanced conversions. For example you can convert password protected documents. Just expand LoadOptions and enter the password of your file. Or you can add a watermark to the converted WAV file. Expand the ConvertOptions and fill the fields for watermarking.

You can convert your MKV documents from anywhere, from any machine or even from a mobile device. The MKV converter is always available online and is completely free.

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  • Simple way to instant convert MKV to WAV
  • Convert MKV from anywhere - it works on all platforms including Windows, MacOS, Android and iOS
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How it works

How to convert MKV to WAV

Step 1
Click inside the file drop area to upload MKV file or drag & drop MKV file.
Step 2
Click on Convert button. Your MKV files will be uploaded and converted to WAV result format.
Step 3
Download link of result files will be available instantly after conversion.
Step 4
You can also send a link to the WAV file to your email address.
FAQ

Questions & Answers

MKV

Matroska Video file format

MKV (Matroska Video) is a multimedia container similar to MOV and AVI format but it supports more than one audio and subtitle track in the same file. An MKV file is the Matroska multimedia container format used for video. MKV is based on Extensible Binary Meta Language and it supports several video and audio compression formats. The major difference between MKV and other video formats is that MKV is a container and not a codec. MKV files are saved with the .mkv file extension. MKV can incorporate audio, video, and subtitles in a single file even if those elements use different types of encoding. For example, you could have an MKV file that contains H.264 video and MP3 or AAC for audio. MKV also supports descriptions, ratings, cover art, and even chapter points.

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WAV

WAV file format

WAV, known for WAVE (Waveform Audio File Format), is a subset of Microsoft’s Resource Interchange File Format (RIFF) specification for storing digital audio files. The format doesn’t apply any compression to the bitstream and stores the audio recordings with different sampling rates and bitrates. It has been and is one of the standard format for audio CDs. Wave files are larger in size as compared to new audio file formats such as MP3 which uses lossy compression to reduce the file size while maintaining the same audio quality. However, WAV files can be compressed using Audio Compression Manager (ACM) codecs. There are several APIs and applications available that can convert WAV files to other popular audio file formats.

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Other Supported Conversions

You can also convert MKV into many other file formats. Please see the complete list below.

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APIs available

Convert popular document and image file formats in your app. The GroupDocs.Conversion APIs are available for .NET, Java, and many other platforms and languages.

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