MKV to VOC

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MKV to VOC

Useful information about MKV

Extension: MKV
Name: Matroska Multimedia Container
Mime Type: video/x-matroska
Converter: MKV Converter
Description: Matroska is a project to create a container format that can hold an unlimited number of video, audio, picture, or subtitle tracks in one file. The Matroska Multimedia Container is similar in concept to other containers like AVI, MP4, or Advanced Systems Format (ASF), but is an open standard. Matroska file extensions are .mkv for video (which may include subtitles or audio), .mk3d for stereoscopic video, .mka for audio-only files (which may include subtitles), and .mks for subtitles only. - Source

Useful information about VOC

Extension: VOC
Name: Creative Voice file
Mime Type: audio/x-voc
Converter: VOC Converter
Description: Creative Voice, filename extension .voc, is an audio format for digital audio data developed in the 1990s Sound Blaster sound cards from Creative Technology. The file format consists of a 26-byte header and a series of subsequent data blocks containing the audio information. The byte order is little-endian. Creative Voice files were used in various DOS games when they could use sound blaster cards for audio output, such as Eye of the Beholder. The spread of the file format disappeared noticeably with the advent of RIFF WAVE, which was already supported in Windows. However, the Creative Voice file format required the installation of additional player programs included with the Sound Blaster Card drivers. With the advent of AC'97, WAVE, file extension .WAV, finally prevailed. - Source