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NAME

       mkvtoolnix-gui - a GUI for mkvmerge(1) including a chapter and a header editor

SYNOPSIS

       mkvtoolnix-gui [[configuration-file-name.mtxcfg] | [source-file.ext] |
                      [--info [matroska-file.mkv]] | [--edit-chapters [chapter-file.ext]] |
                      [--edit-headers [matroska-file.mkv]]]

DESCRIPTION

       mkvtoolnix-gui(1) is a Qt based GUI for mkvmerge(1). It also implements mkvinfo(1)'s and
       mkvpropedit(1)'s functionality and will evolve to cover mkvextract(1) as well. All
       settings (e.g. source files, track options etc) can be saved and restored.

       Listing configuration file names with the extension .mtxcfg causes the GUI to load the
       those configuration files in the appropriate tool. Any other file name is added as a
       source file for multiplexing, opened in the info tool, the chapter editor or in the header
       editor depending on the current mode. The current mode can be changed with --merge,
       --info, --edit-chapters or --edit-headers. The default mode is adding files for
       multiplexing.

       Note that if an instance of the application is already running when the application is
       started a second time, all file names given on the command line are handled by the
       already-running instance.

       --merge
           All following file names will be added as source files to the current multiplex job.
           This is the default mode.

       --info
           All following file names will be opened in the info tool.

       --edit-chapters
           All following file names will be opened in the chapter editor.

       --edit-headers
           All following file names will be opened in the header editor.

       -h, --help
           Show usage information and exit.

       -V, --version
           Show version information and exit.

SEE ALSO

       mkvmerge(1), mkvextract(1), mkvinfo(1), mkvpropedit(1)

WWW

       The latest version can always be found at the MKVToolNix homepage[1].

AUTHOR

       Moritz Bunkus <moritz@bunkus.org>
           Developer

NOTES

        1. the MKVToolNix homepage
           https://mkvtoolnix.download/