Convert MKV FLAC to AC3/AAC 5.1 Audio: Watching on HDX-1000 Network Media Player

Firstly, you must believe something like this:’ Hey guys, why do I always meet some troubles in watching MKV files through my HDX-1000 Network Media Player? They are have 5.1 audio in FLAC that shot from some professional recorders. I heard we should convert our MKV FLAC to AC3 or AAC 5.1 audio so my HDX-1000 can take it well. Is that true?’ On the other hand, especially for MKV FLAC files, could you play them well on VLC Player or HDTV etc?
Learn more details about HDX-1000 Player for a first step.

The HDX 1000 is a great machine and well worth your hard-earned money. The 1000 doesn’t offer a massive amount of functionality over the Popcorn Hour A-110 though, plus you lose the valuable DTS decoder — at least, for the time being. But which device you go for is really a matter of personal preference. It’s a perfect viewing solution from 1080p videos to loss formats.

HDX-1000 supported videos and audios:
Good choice: Pavtube Video Converter for Windows/Mac—Make MKV FLAC audio files play well on HDX-1000 Network Media Player

As you see above, we cannot directly watch our MKV FLAC 5.1 files on HDX-1000, that’s the unavailable audio format. According to this cause, we highly need a professional MKV FLAV converter that can handle this conversion well so with a good reputation online, we all think Pavtube FLAC to AC3/AAC Converter could be the best one. Let’s see how:

Learn how to convert MKV FLAC 5.1 to MP4 AC3/AAC 5.1 for watching on HDTV via HDX 1000:

Step 1. Launch the program and click “Add File” and browse to find the MKV FLAC video you want to convert to MKV AC3. Or just drag and drop the original video into the main interface to add it directly.
Step 2. Come to the output list and find the ‘Common Video’ column. Here we suggest you select the ‘H.264 HD Video (*.mp4)’ as the best one. Like following screen shot showed.
Step 3. Then we come to the necessary step, set the AAC/AC3 5.1 audio as output. Click the ‘Settings’ on the main interface. Here we should choose the audio as ‘AAC’ or ‘AC3’ and the audio channel as ‘5.1’. What’s more, something like video codec, video file size, video bitrates, video frame rate we can set by ourselves.
At the end, let’s hit the ‘Convert’ on the main interface to start our conversion work. From MKV FLAC to AAC/AC3 5.1 audios, do you now feel it is such an easy job that make us smoothly enjoy our MKV FLAC movies on HDX-1000 Network Media Player. Just enjoy yourselves there!

Tips: For the Windows version of this converter, we would like to tell you after the newest upgraded version, it can support the H.265 encode/decode well. With a higher quality and smaller size, do you want get closer to this H.265 codec?

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