Convert FLV to Xvid
FLV to Xvid Converter Software converts FLV 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 FLV and Xvid, the converter also supports common and uncommon video
and audio formats and protable devices such as MP3, MP2, DTS, MPG, SPX (Speex), Windows Phone, AAC, etc. It could convert
ASF to MP2, MPEG to MKV, VOB to Xvid, H264 to SPX (Speex), FLV to AIFF, and so on.
FLV 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 FLV?
Flash Live Video (FLV) is a popular video format that displays videos at
very high qualities and is designed for web playback. This popular format
is used by many video-sharing websites such as Youtube, Metacafe and Google
video. FLV files are played using Adobe flash player and can be embedded
to web pages. Sorenson Spark is an older codec for FLV files but it is
also a widely available and compatible one, because it was the first video
codec supported in Flash Player. The format has quickly established itself
as the format of choice for embedded video on the web. Audio in Flash Video
files is usually encoded as MP3. However, audio in Flash Video FLV files
recorded from the user's microphone use the proprietary Nellymoser Asao
Codec. (Flash Player 10 released in 2008 also supports the open source
Speex codec.) Flash Player does not check the extension of the file, but
rather looks inside the file to detect which format it is. Supported media
types in F4V file format: Video: H.264; Images (still frame of video data):
GIF, PNG, JPEG; Audio: AAC, HE-AAC, MP3. Flash Video FLV files usually
contain material encoded with codecs following the Sorenson Spark or VP6
video compression formats. FLV (flash video), on the other hand, is a format
mainly designed for Web payback using the Adobe Flash Player because it
supports high-rate video compressions. One way to feed data to Flash Media
Server is from files in the FLV file format. The new file formats are completely
different from the older FLV file format. Macromedia was acquired by Adobe
in 2005, so Macromedia Flash Player is now Adobe Flash Player. Supported
media types in FLV file format: Video: On2 VP6, Sorenson Spark (Sorenson
H.263), Screen video, H.264; Audio: MP3, ADPCM, Linear PCM, Nellymoser,
Speex, AAC, G.711 (reserved for internal use).
What is Xvid?
XviD is an open source MPEG-4 video codec library distributed under the
terms of the GNU General Public License. To give an example: uncompressed
digital video is huge and requires about 100 GB per hour at PAL resolution.
The same video would require just 500 MB per hour at very high quality
when compressed with Xvid. That is a compression ratio of 200:1. So Xvid
removes information that is not important for human perception, which is
somewhat similar to MP3 for audio. This enables very high compression rates
that allow to effectively work with digital video on home computers at
all. XviD-compressed videos can be 200 times smaller than the source video,
with the visual quality well intact. With usual, so-called proprietary
software where source code is not available to the public, users are stuck
in case the creating company goes bankrupt or discontinues the product.
When you install the XviD codec it basically provides your system with
specific instructions how to compress and decompress video in the XviD
format. Once you've installed the XviD codec on your system you will be
able to play XviD videos using Windows Media Player or any other XviD-enabled
player. In 2002, XviD had tension with Sigma Designs, which released the
REALmagic MPEG-4 video codec. Later, it became evident that the codec was
pretty much based on XviD technology, which was fraught with a serious
copyright infringement issue. XviD, as a file type, is an AVI file with
video encoded with XviD codec. 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.
How to Convert FLV to Xvid?
- Free Download FLV to Xvid Conversion
- Install the Program by Step-by-step Instructions
- Launch FLV to Xvid Converter Software
- Choose FLV Files
Click "Add Files" to choose FLV files.
Choose one or more FLV files you want to convert and then click Open.
FLV to Xvid Converter Software will open FLV 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 FLV 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 FLV to Xvid
Click "Convert" to convert all FLV files in list to Xvid format.
The software is converting FLV 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
FLV to Xvid Converter Software is 100% clean and safe to
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