DivX is a free download that provides everything you need to enjoy high-quality digital videos on your computer, including HD H.264 (.mkv) videos with AAC audio and videos created using all previous versions of DivX technology. You can also play your DivX files (.divx, .avi) on millions of DivX Certified® devices today. Look for DivX Plus™ HD Certified devices later this year that will support playback of all DivX and DivX Plus files, as well as .mkv (H.264/AAC) videos from the Internet.
- Player supports SAMI (.SMI) external subtitles
- Player can display two subtitles simultaneously if the video has multiple subtitle tracks
- Converter improved minimum bitrate algorithm for HEVC
- Improved Player load/open time
- Upside-down playback issue in decoder which caused flipped images on some machines
- Long load times for HEVC videos with DTS audio
- Support for HEVC videos created with latest FFMPEG
- 60fps HEVC videos can be transcoded to 1080P and 4K profiles
- Custom presets don't save settings for "2 pass" and "pass through video" in Converter
- HEVC decoder crash associated with level switching for DivX Adaptive Streaming
- Player loading of non-latin font names (such as CJK)
- Corrected some translation errors for Korean, Japanese and Russian
Reviewing 10.1.0 (Jan 1, 2014)
@MarkVS .... XviDVDivX
DivX was & maybe still Is, the Standard package for DvD players with
USB support. I would assume by now.... Most Guys have figured that
there are TV's with built in Media players, & some Excellent (cheap)
media players around... EG: Nano 3. Which will play just about ANY
Vid/Audio combination you throw at 'em. (with 1080p Upscaling) HDMI.
MKV & MP4 are now the leaders in my Book. Superb compression for
Brrip, Bdrip, Dvdrip. Easy formats to work with, & Superb Playback
Quality In both A/V... avi is good, but is Old Hand now..!! ... Only1*
Reviewing 10.0 (Sep 7, 2013)
Codec is actually decent, but the bloatware is not.
There's better ways to get the codec without all the crap that this thing comes with.
Reviewing 9.1.2 (Jul 19, 2013)
I've always LOVED the name! DivX.........I think it's funny that XviD is simply DivX backwards....... At any rate, believe it or not, I still USE these two codecs when ripping some DVD's. I find XviD pleasing to my eye more so than DivX. It seems Xvid gives a sharp almost Grainy picture that I like in some cases...........I do use the X264 codec as well...... I do not use the latest build of DivX though. It's a program called Icepine free that has the codecs so you don't get all that bloatware crap from DivX that you don't need.
Reviewing 9.1.1 (May 4, 2013)
Bloated and not needed
Reviewing 9.1.0 (Apr 4, 2013)
Aint used this for years.. Played out..!!
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