The Minix Android box is an outstanding design which brings you great home theatre experience by offering a large number of popular file formats so that you could get the freedom to enjoy all your meida from an array of sources on any TV. However, many users complain that when they play some MKV files via Minix Android box, they can't hear the sound, or they had met this issue that "MKV file desyncing audio with video slowly". Today, I will take you to know and solve this problem gradually, and in depth.
Supported file formats by Minix Android box
To solve this problem above, we have to be clear of what file formats Minix Android box can support. From Minix Android box official page, we get the following information about Minix Android box video/audio supported formats:
Video formats: DAT, MPEG, MPE, MPG, TS, TP, VOB, ISO, AVI, MP4, MOV, 3GP, FLV, MKV, M2TS, MTS, M4V, WMV, ASF, RM, RMVB
Audio formats: DTS-HD, DD, DD+, MP2, MP3, WMA, WAV, OGG, OGA, FLAC, ALAV, APE, AAC
From above list, we know that Minix Android box have include native playback support for MKV file format. Why those problems happen? MKV is the most popular video format just like MP4, MKV is a container which could hold various different video and audio codec, it's very hard to handle it. Therefore, it's common that your Minix Android box couldn't read some MKV files. To work this out, you need you transcode the MKV to Minix Android box supported file such as format with H.264 codec which can be read by it eaisly.
Fix MKV Playback Problems on Minix Android Box
Solution 1: If you get this issue when playing MKV on Minix Android box - it can play but certain MKV don't have sound, you need to install MX player 3rd party codes to play some soundtracks.
Solution 2: When your MKV audio and video are not synchronized, you can fix the problem with VLC. In the VLC Preferences, click on Audio and then tick the Advanced options checkbox; there is an Audio desynchronization compensation setting that allows you to set a positive or negative time delay between the video and audio tracks in milliseconds.
Solution 3: If the methods above still can't help you solve MKV video problem, you can try an alternative method, convert any MKV to Minix Android box supported formats.
Pavtube Video Converter is an all-in-one, functional video converter which you can't miss. This program adopts optimized video and audio sync technology, which keeps you away from video and audio out of sync issue. Furthermore, it supports all MKV files encoded with different video/audio codec. In addition, Pavtube Video Converter support you to covnert MKV to 200+ video/audio formats, like MP4 with various compression codec such as H.264, H.265, like MOV, VOB, M2TS, M4V WMV, MP3, FLAC, AAC, WMA and more, meanwhile, those 200+ video/audio not only can be output formats but also as input formats. Powerful editing functions grants you to trim, crop video, insert SRT/ASS/SSA subtitles. If your graphic card supports CUDA acceleration, you can enable GPU Encode acceleration to increase the covnersion speed. Its power is beyond your imagination, here is a review help you know more.
Practice actions speak louder than words. Below I will take MKV to Minix Android box with Pavtube video converter as an example to show you how to encode MKV to Minix Android box supported formats.
Step by Step to Convert MKV to Minix Android box with 100% A/V Quality
Step 1: Import MKV files.
Launch this assistant on your computer, click the “Load file” or “Add Video” icon on the main interface to import MKV files into the program. Or you can drag file directly to this program.
Step 2: Set output format.
Click the "Format" bar, from its drop-down list, you can either output a different file format or keep to output the original file format by following "Common Video" > "MKV (Matroska) Video (*.mkv)".
Tip: To make sure the converted MKV file is what you want, you can customize the parameters at the "Settings" window. Just click "Settings" on the main interface and pop up the "Profile Settings", here you can adjust video video codec, resolution, bit rate, frame rate, audio codec, bit rate, sample rate, channels, etc.
If the converted MKV still can't be read by Minix Android box. H.264 mp4 is also available, just navigate to "HD video"> "H.264 HD Video(* mp4)".
Step 3: Edit Vdieo
This converter offers simple video editing function. You can click the pen icon, and enter the "Video Editor" interface, there are seven edit tabs: Trim, Crop, Text Watermark, Image/Video Watermark, Effect, Audio Editor and Subtitle for you to select.
As we all know, different displayers has different aspect ratios, to make sure your MKV video doesn't has black bars on the pictures of the movie, you can Click "Crop" and switch to "Advanced Mode", here are several selection for you including 16:10, 16:9, 5:4, 4:3, 3:2, and 2:1. Once you select one kind of ratio, you will preview the final effect in time, and adjust the "green crop frame" to the right place. After editing, if you want to keep the change in your final ouput file, don't forget to set the video "Size(pix)" as the same ratio as "Display aspect ratio" at the "Settings" window.
Step 4: Start conversion
After you have finished all settings then start conversion process by htting the "Convert" button on the main interface. Just wait for a second, after conversion you can click "Open" and pop up the folder with converted file.
Finally, transfer the converted MKV file to your Minix Android box and play it on TV, the MKV video and audio out of sync issue has been sloved. You will achieve the highest level visual enjoyment.
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