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I have a dream... One day my iTunes could read also MKV and all other codecs that are not natively supporter by it...

Is there a solution for make this reality? I have ffmpeg tool installed in my mac, and also lots of codecs.

Can I "install" one of this codec in my iTunes and make it read also MKV?

  • Is "no" a sufficient answer? :) – grg Jan 14 '14 at 21:29
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The answer to this question used to be "install Perian", and although that still works and provides many great codecs for Quicktime (and therefore iTunes), it's discontinued.

Give it a go, it's always worked really well for me.

  • Maybe more custom solution? like some injection in iTunes code? :D – RikyTres Jan 14 '14 at 21:55

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