On Windows there's MKVExtractGUI as a frontend for mkvextract.
But MKVExtractGUI doesn't exist for Linux. So far, Linux users had to use commands via terminal when they wanted to extract tracks from an MKV.
Now lately I found an article about an extractor GUI for Linux.
It's simply called 'MKV Extractor GUI' and is very easy to install in Ubuntu.
Forum topic from the author (in French):
Documentation for the current version (in French):
If you can't read French, doesn't matter. The software's GUI is very intuitive, no French involved.
And you can simply install it via terminal:
Hope this is useful for other people, too.Code:sudo add-apt-repository ppa:hizo/mkv-extractor-gui sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install mkv-extractor-gui