DivX is a piece of video converting software that allows users to compress long videos into smaller sizes without reducing their high quality. With the latest codec, it delivers up to 50% better compression than its former version to provide real-time, HEVC playback of HM11 encoded videos. For those who regularly download videos, they known DivX is a familiar brand that helps users watch their content in the highest definition possible.
For years, the the player has been recommended to users who download videos or to those looking to convert their video files to new formats. Once installed, it's easy to see just how expansive the software really is. Components included in the bundle are the player, web player and converter. Each serves a useful purpose. The converter allows users simple, free conversions to the DivX file format as well as others, like MKV and MP4 so they can view their content in 720p or 1080p resolution. The desktop and web players mean users can watch their content with or without an internet connection. Stream real-time video in the web browser with progressive playback or download the content in your browser.
Easy to Use
Unlike many software bundles, DivX is not overly bloated. Containing only the essentials, it’s a package that offers what users need—no more. Setting it as a default player means files will automatically open up in the player when downloaded from your browser. Conversions are easy and with only a few clicks, users have the file formats they need.