Although MKV is certainly one of the best video formats around, with support of high definition and various audio and subtitle streams, some devices cannot play MKV movies. Ultra MKV Converter can make your MKV files viewable on devices that do not support this video format.
There is nothing new about the program’s interface as it looks like a clone of other converters around.
However, it is actually very easy to use, mostly for those users with previous experience with similar applications. On the other hand, some users expecting something different may be frustrated with this program’s interface layout.
Unfortunately, this converter supports only MKV as input format, which makes it disadvantageous in comparison with general-purpose converters. Moreover, it does not support the extensive range of editing functions that are becoming increasingly available from modern converters. Although you can preview the contents, you cannot take snapshots of your preferred scenes. Video splitting is supported, but only one clip can be extracted from each source file. As an MKV file can contain several audio tracks and subtitle streams, you can choose which ones to keep in the output file. In the case of subtitles, loading an external subtitle file is also allowed.
In contrast with the narrow range of input formats supported, multiple output formats are allowed. If you are concern about setting wrong conversion parameters, you should not worry anymore because you will find multiple ready-made profiles to choose from. What is more, some of them are identified with the names of the supporting gadget.
In general, Ultra MKV Converter will go unnoticed among so many converters. In my opinion, its main disadvantage is that it supports a single input format, which can be compensated by the fact that this format is MKV. My advice is to keep on looking, I am sure that you will find better video converters out there.