MKVToolNix is a great software package that contains all the necessary tools to create, analyze and edit Matroska files using your Mac.
MKVToolnix can also be accessed via the command line once you have it setup.
To do that you must add the path to the tools to your $PATH variable by running this command in the Terminal: export PATH=/Applications/Mkvtoolnix.app/Contents/MacOS/:$PATH
Another solution is to set links to the binaries with the following command: sudo ln -s /Applications/Mkvtoolnix.app/Contents/MacOS/mkv* /usr/local/bin/
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· mkvmerge: bug fix: The option "--engage remove_bitstream_ar_info" will now work on AVC/h.264 tracks read from Matroska/MP4 files as well. Fixes #868.
· mmg: bug fix: mmg will now handle all file names given on the command line instead of only the first one. This allows things like opening several selected files with mmg in Windows, and mmg will add all of them. Fixes #867.
· mkvmerge: bug fix: The amount of memory required to store the cues during muxing has been reduced drastically. This is more noticeable the more video and subtitle tracks are muxed. Fixes #871.
· mkvmerge: bug fix: If splitting had been active then the elements "cue duration" and "cue relative position" were only written to the first output file.
· mkvmerge: bug fix: The "CTS offset" field of FLV files with AVC/h.264 video tracks is now read as a signed-integer field in accordance with the FLV specifications.
· mkvmerge: bug fix: DTS parsing: no more warnings about incompatible encoder revision numbers will be printed. Fixe...