|⇒ Category:||Video Files|
|⇒ Developer:||Microsoft Corporation|
📌 An .AVI technological standard relies on video file resources stored and opened up via Audio Video Interleave media container definition designed, invented and distributed by Microsoft, on the first hand. Typically, .AVI file samples are composed of audio and video data encoded in specific codecs, including XviD and DivX. In detail, the .AVI specification is based on the RIFF extension type, a particular format designed in 1991 to store appropriate multimedia content. Therefore, Microsoft has initiated the promotion of the .AVI container a year after in 1992, and the technology has achieved vivid responses from critics and positive feedback from the user community, that we can witness until now. The main advantage of the .AVI format is less compression than in “heavier” .MOV and .MPEG resources with pretty high image quality, yet.
📌 The .AVI format definition is widely supported by nearly all actual media players, oriented either on desktop or mobile systems. Specifically, you may fluently uncover and open up the .AVI object contents by VLC, Microsoft Windows Media Player, GOM Player, Kodi, KMPlayer, and any other comprehensive solutions, available on the software market for now. Besides, you are afforded a way to edit the .AVI entry contents by any accustomed video editors, like CyberLink PowerDirector, Adobe Premiere Pro, VirtualDub, and more software instances. In accordance with your actual requirements and demands, you may simply convert the .AVI file layers into .MKV, .MP4, .WMV and other format branches with the aid of Xilisoft Video Converter Ultimate, FFmpeg and other dedicated tools and web-services, as well as integrate and open the language-sensitive subtitles.