XviD Video Codec will greatly expand the number of playable video formats on your computer. Additionally, you can use the built-in compression software to save disk space by shrinking videos you’ve watched without negatively impacting their quality.
Enhanced video support: If you’re encountering a video that you can’t play, XviD Video Codec may help you watch it, thanks to its wide support for video formats.
Fast compression: Through the software’s MiniConvert feature, we were able to compress an AVI file from 50MB to 40MB in under a minute, and when we compared the two versions, we couldn’t detect any drop in quality. Note that the compression feature is not compatible with all video formats; in our initial attempt at compression, we got an error while trying to compress an MP4 file.
Advanced settings: Using the dedicated Encoder and Decoder configuration apps, we were able to adjust advanced settings like the compression ratio, encoding type, post-processing, and aspect ratio. There is also a “Restore Defaults” option, which can come in handy if you cannot undo any adjustments you might have made.