Convert DAT to Xvid
DAT to Xvid Converter Software converts DAT files to Xvid
fast. Xvid offers outstanding quality and performance clearly surpassing expensive,
competing products. Xvid allows you to create video for interoperable exchange
with portable or home multimedia devices as Xvid is widely supported in hardware.
Being open-source, Xvid is future-proof and secure to use.
Besides DAT and Xvid, the converter also supports common and uncommon video
and audio formats and protable devices such as JPG image sequence, 3G2, OGM, WMA, MPA, MP3, Android Tablet, etc. It could convert
M2TS to M4V, TS to M4V, MP4 to VCD, M4V to FLAC, OGG to MP2, and so on.
DAT to Xvid Converter Software supports batch conversion and, is
full compatible with 32-bit and 64-bit editions of Windows 10/8/7/Vista/XP/2000.
What is DAT?
Video CD (VCD) MPEG-1 movie file. Windows Media Player prior to version
9 and QuickTime Player do not support playing VCD directly, though they
can play the .DAT files (stored under MPEGAV for video and audio data)
reliably, and plugins were available. The disc format is also supported
using Windows Media Player Classic variations and VLC Media Player both
support VCDs natively. Although many DVD video players support playback
of VCDs, VCD video is only compatible with the DVD-Video standard if encoded
at 29.97 frames per second or 25 frames per second. Poorly compressed VCD
video can sometimes be lower quality than VHS video, but VCD exhibits block
artifacts rather than analog noise, like VHS does, and does not deteriorate
further with each use. Overall picture quality is intended to be comparable
to VHS video. Video specifications: Codec: MPEG-1; Resolution: 352x240
(NTSC), 352x288 (PAL/SECAM); Aspect Ratio: 4:3 (NTSC), 4:3 (PAL/SECAM);
Framerate: 29.97 or 23.976 frames per second (NTSC), 25 frames per second
(PAL/SECAM); Bitrate: 1,150 kilobits per second; Rate Control: constant
bitrate. Video stream from a Video CD (VCD) disc; typically saved in MPEG-1
or MPEG-2 format; contains the actual video data that is played from the
VCD. The VCD standard was created in 1993 by Sony, Philips, Matsushita,
and JVC and is referred to as the White Book standard. Though supplanted
by the two aforementioned formats, VCDs are still popular, particularly
in the low cost market. Most DVD players are compatible with VCDs and VCD-only
Players are available throughout Asia, and online through many shopping
sites. Audio specifications: Codec: MPEG-1 Audio Layer II; Frequency: 44,100
hertz (44.1 kHz); Output: Dual channel or stereo; Bitrate: 224 kilobits
per second; Rate Control: Constant bitrate.
What is Xvid?
Xvid is a video codec for PC, whereas codec is an abbreviation for [co]der/[dec]oder,
hence describes a program to encode and decode digital video. The source
code, however, was placed under a restrictive license and only members
of the DivX Advanced Research Centre (DARC) had write access to the project
CVS. In January 2001, DivXNetworks founded OpenDivX as part of Project
Mayo which was intended to be a home for open source multimedia projects.
OpenDivX was an open-source MPEG-4 video codec based on a stripped down
version of the MoMuSys reference MPEG-4 encoder. Xvid is not a video format
- it is a program (codec) for compressing and decompressing to the MPEG-4
ASP format. For example, Xvid specifies three warp points for its implementation
of global motion compensation as opposed to the single warp point implementation
of DivX. Enabling some of the more advanced encoding features can compromise
player compatibility. XviD removes information from video that is not important
for human perception in order to achieve very high compression rates while
still keeping very good visual quality. As an example: uncompressed digital
video is huge and takes up about 100 GB HD space per hour at PAL resolution.
The same video would require just 500 MB per hour when compressed with
XviD at high quality. So XviD can compress video at ratios of 200:1 and
more. GNU-licensed 1.0.x releases enjoyed greater freedom, although there
are still legislative restrictions on XviD use in some regions. Xvid uses
ASP features such as b-frames, global and quarter pixel motion compensation,
lumi masking, trellis quantization, and H.263, MPEG and custom quantization
How to Convert DAT to Xvid?
- Free Download DAT to Xvid Conversion
- Install the Program by Step-by-step Instructions
- Launch DAT to Xvid Converter Software
- Choose DAT Files
Click "Add Files" to choose DAT files.
Choose one or more DAT files you want to convert and then click Open.
DAT to Xvid Converter Software will open DAT files and get file
information of the file such as width, height, frame rate, video bit rate, audio
sample rate, audio bit rate, audio channels, and then display the information
of DAT file at conversion list.
- Choose Output Format
Click on combo box of output format and then choose "to Xvid".
- [Optional, for advanced user]
Set Xvid Encoding Parameters
If you want to change Xvid encoding parameters such as bit rate, frame rate, video
size, and aspect ratio, please click "Options".
And then, switch to tab "Video & Audio" and choose "Xvid
(*.avi)" at "Output Format", and then set options for
video and audio.
- Convert DAT to Xvid
Click "Convert" to convert all DAT files in list to Xvid format.
The software is converting DAT files to Xvid.
- Play and Browse Xvid File
When conversion completes, you can right-click converted item and choose "Play
Destination" to play the outputted Xvid file; or choose "Browse
Destination Folder" to open Windows Explorer to browse the outputted Xvid
DAT to Xvid Converter Software is 100% clean and safe to
install. It's certified by major download sites.
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