"Most of movies on my pc are .MKV format, now I want to transfer the movies to my 3g mobile phone, anybody could tell me where to get the tool which could convert .MKV to .3gp format? The simpler it is the better. Thank you!"

In fact, MKV video cannot played by 3G mobile phone such as LG KT878/Samsung I8910U for MKV format is not compatible with 3G mobile phone which is often used to play video with 3GP file format. However, you can enjoy your MKV video on your 3G mobile phone whenever and wherever by converting MKV video to 3GP.

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Step 1: Add MKV files to the MKV to 3GP Mac converter

Now run iFunia Video Converter for Mac on your Mac. Just drag the MKV file that you’d like to convert and drop it to the main interface of the app. Alternatively, you can click the Media Browser icon at the upper right corner to import files from Folder, iTunes and Device. You may add as many videos as you want for MKV to 3GP batch conversion.

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(Optional) Merge some separate MKV videos to 1 single file

This is optional. But if you want to output 1 3GP file for easily playing on 3G moblie phones, simply click on the video titles you'd like to merge , then click 'Merge' button which is at the bottom of the application and uncheck the former separate files if you just need the single merged video file.

Step 2: Set the output format as 3GP and other settings as you like.

Select 3GP as the output format for each video file. You can change the output settings as you need. Remember that the output file size mostly depends on the Bitrate you set. Larger Bitrate, larger file size. Actually video with bitrate as 768 is acceptable for watching.

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Step 3: Start converting MKV to 3GP video on Mac

Now you may click the big button "Start" to begin converting MKV to 3GP video. The convert progress bar shows you how much of the encoding is completed. The encoding time will depend on several variables including: the duration of the video file, the speed of your computer, what other activity your computer is currently doing and the bitrate you set.