I had a bunch of MKV files that I needed to convert to mp4. I don’t have any fancy video editing software, and found that a program called ffmpeg exists, which is a command line tool that will do this. Once I verified that it would do what I wanted, I decided to write a powershell script that will do the work for me, which you can find here.
You will need to download and install ffmpeg and run the script. I have defaulted ffmpeg to “c:\program files\ffmpeg\ffmpeg.exe” as this seems like the logical place for me.
If you have any comments, or ideas on how to improve, please let me know in the comments below.