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MKV is a open and free media container format (the Matroska Multimedia Container) which can hold an unlimited number of video, audio, picture, or subtitle tracks in one file. The common MKV files we see are codeced with H.264 video and AAC audio. As the demand of high quality audio enjoyment, more and more MKV files are codec with DTS AC3, FLAC audio.

MKV FLAC can give people extraordinary listening experience as audeo codeced is used the losslessly audio format FLAC. However, the compatiblity of MKV FLAC is quite limited. If you want to play MKV with FLAC audio on other devices, you will need to convert or remux MKV FLAC with AAC, AC3, or MP3 audio.

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