|⇒ Category:||Video Files|
|⇒ Developer:||Microsoft Corporation|
📌 A .WMV data record belongs to the video file container stored in the Microsoft Advanced Systems Format (.ASF) technological standard and encoded by Windows Media Video (.WMV) algorithm. Essentially, the .WMV objects are compatible with high-definition (HD) videos and may store movie sequences, TV episodes, video clips and tracks, animations, etc. The tech schema also maintains qualitative file encryption for exploitation with Digital Rights Management (DRM) security systems. The .WMV specification has been originally invented and opened up to the audience in 1999 as an integral component of a common Windows Media framework structure. Nowadays, the .WMV logic is broadly employed to compress .ASF tracks, converting them into a more accustomed .WMV shape.
📌 The extension specification is widely spread across any contemporary mainframes and tools, and is generally supported by all up-to-date suites and applets. Hereby, you may seamlessly operate with and open .WMV content with the aid of VLC, Microsoft Windows Media Player, Kodi, KPlayer, KMPlayer, Elmedia Player, MXPlayer, Winamp, CyberLink PowerDVD and more sophisticated software packages. As an extra tweak, you may edit, cut and convert sequential file tracks to alternate format structures with CyberLink PowerDirector, HandBrake, Xilisoft Video Converter Ultimate, ShedWorx Smart Converter and more proficient editors, either freeware or proprietary. At last, the format technology is operated by and opened within all mobile and desktop operating systems, including those equipped into Apple and Android devices and gadgets.