Convert XVID to OGV
Total Video Audio Converter converts XVID files to OGV quickly. With
a simple and user-friendly interface, Total Video Audio Converter makes XVID to OGV
conversion quite easy, and helps you to embed
video on your website using HTML5 easily.
Total Video Audio Converter is a professional and easy-to-use video Converter Software
that converts video files at fast speed and high quality. The software converts
any formats to popular video formats such as DV, Windows Phone, MPG, M4B (MPEG-4 audiobook), MPA, AC3, WebM (VP8), etc.
It could convert MOV to AIFF, 3G2 to M4V, DVD to MP2, RM to MPG, DVR-MS to M4V, and so on.
Total Video Audio Converter supports batch conversion and, is full compatible
with 32-bit and 64-bit editions of Windows 10/8/7/Vista/XP/2000.
What is XVID?
XviD is the name of a popular new video codec being developed as an open
source project by volunteer programmers from all over the world. Hence,
Xvid can somewhat be seen as a ZIP for video. But unlike ZIP, Xvid is not
lossless. That means that a video after compression and decompression with
Xvid won't be identical to the original source. Typically however, a difference
to the source is visually imperceptible. In July 2002, Sigma Designs released
an MPEG-4 video codec called the REALmagic MPEG-4 Video Codec. Before long,
people testing this new codec found that it contained considerable portions
of Xvid code. In July 2001, developers started complaining about a lack
of activity in the project; the last CVS commit was several months old,
bugfixes were being ignored, and promised documentation had not been written.
Soon after, DARC released a beta version of their closed-source commercial
DivX 4 codec, which was based on encore2, saying that "what the community
really wants is a Winamp, not a Linux." It was after this that a fork
of OpenDivX was created, using the latest version of encore2 that was downloaded
before it was removed. Since then, all the OpenDivX code has been replaced
and Xvid has been published under the GNU General Public License. The availability
of source code for programmers makes it possible to have Xvid running on
many different platforms. Also, even in the unlikely case the original
Xvid programmers may discontinue development, Xvid could still be made
available to new platforms or new operating systems by anyone interested
without involvement of the original developers. The extensive hardware
support eases data exchange between portable, home and other types of devices.
What is OGV?
Developed by the Xiph.org Foundation, the OGV filetype is a filetype commonly
used for bitstreaming and lossless file storage. The OGV file extension
was created based on the OGG filetype and is specifically associated with
video files, but the names OGV and OGG are used interchangeably. A flaw
in the version of FFmpeg used in the test initially led to incorrect reports
of Theora PSNR surpassing that of H.264. The Theora reference implementation
libtheora spent several years in alpha and beta status. The first alpha
version was released on 2002-09-25. The first beta version was released
on 22 September 2007. The first stable release of libtheora was made in
November 2008. Work then focused on improving the codec performance in
the "Thusnelda" branch, which was released as version 1.1 in
September 2009 as the second stable libtheora release. This release brought
some technical improvements and new features, e.g. the new rate control
module and the new two-pass rate control. VP3 video compression can be
decoded using Theora implementations, but Theora video compression usually
cannot be decoded using old VP3 implementations. Theora is well established
as a video format in open source applications, and is the format used for
Wikipedia's video content. However, the proposed adoption of Theora as
part of the baseline video support in HTML5 resulted in controversy. Theora
is derived from the proprietary VP3 codec, released into the public domain
by On2 Technologies. It is broadly comparable in design and bitrate efficiency
to MPEG-4 Part 2, early versions of Windows Media Video, and RealVideo
while lacking some of the features present in some of these other codecs.
It is comparable in open standards philosophy to the BBC's Dirac codec.
How to Convert XVID to OGV?
- Free Download Total Video Audio Converter
- Install the Program by Step-by-step Instructions
- Launch Total Video Audio Converter
- Choose XVID Files
Click "Add Files" to choose XVID files.
Choose one or more XVID files you want to convert and then click Open.
Total Video Audio Converter will open the files and get file
information such as width, height, frame rate, video bit rate, audio sample rate,
audio bit rate, audio channels, and then list the information at conversion list.
- Choose Output Format
Click on combo box of output format and then choose "to OGV".
- [Optional, for advanced user]
Set Encoding Parameters
If you want to change OGV encoding parameters such as bit rate, frame rate, video
size, please click "Options".
And then, switch to tab "Video & Audio" and then set options.
- Convert XVID to OGV
Click "Convert" to convert all XVID files in list to OGV format.
The software is converting XVID files to OGV.
- Play & Browse
When conversion completes, you can right-click converted item and choose "Play
Destination" to play the outputted OGV file; or choose "Browse Destination
Folder" to open Windows Explorer to browse the outputted OGV file.
XVID to OGV Software is 100% clean and safe to
install. It's certified by major download sites.
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