MKV to 3G2 converter
MKV (Matroska Video) is an open source file format based on the EBML (Extensible Binary Markup Language) container structure, capable of holding unlimited amounts of media and implicitly supporting multiple audio tracks and different video and audio layouts. It is one of the most popular formats for storing HD video content today.
MKV files can contain metadata, chapters information, and subtitles. It is used widely among many platforms such as Windows, Mac, Linux, TVs, most mobile phones, and Blu-ray devices. You can easily convert video in MKV format using any popular video converter.
The 3G2 file format is a multimedia container developed by the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP). It is most commonly used to contain audio and video recorded by mobile phones, as well as images, subtitles and other data. 3G2 files are based on the MPEG-4 Part 12 format, which offers advanced features such as multi-channel audio support, network streaming and multiplexing of multiple media streams.
3G2 files have the file extension .3g2 and can be opened with various media players and editors, such as Windows Media Player, VLC media player and Adobe Premiere Pro. Additionally, some mobile phone applications are able to play back 3G2 files.