Tag Archives: AVI

View MKV, AVI, VOB video on Nook Tablet

Feb 06th, 2012by Boren 5,966 views |Comments Off

Barnes & Noble Nook tablet is from Amazon. It has a few clear advantages in storage, battery life, screen and media compatibility. 7-inch multi-touch capacity screen, 16GB internal memory and up to 32GB microSD memory expansion. Nook is a good choice if you are looking for a tablet. It supports 1080p video, so it is perfect for viewing HD videos on Nook. Read More »

How to convert RMVB to AVI to fit your iPad?

May 14th, 2011by dvdxplayer 2,487 views |2 Comments

Welcome to DVD X Player and thank you for you choose our powerful and easy to use software with Aviosoft video converter. Aviosoft Company offer 3 versions for you selects, you can according to your request to trial different version. Read More »

MPEG format

Jun 02nd, 2010by dvdxplayer 3,270 views |4 Comments

History. Approximately a decade old, yet newer than AVI, the MPEG format was an attempt to provide high quality video using smaller file sizes, as invented by the Moving Pictures Expert Group. The MPEG format has seen several variations over the years, having been one of the first streaming formats using SGI WebForce MediaBase (which failed), becoming the MPEG-1 VCD specification, moving to the digital satellite DBS/DVB/DVB-II MPEG-2 formats, becoming the de facto DVD MPEG-2 format, using the popular MPEG-Layer III (MP3) audio format, and most recently as the MPEG-4 DivX video format for video swapping online. Read More »

About AVI – which stands for Audio Video Interleave

Feb 08th, 2010by dvdxplayer 13,428 views |2 Comments

A Container format used by Microsoft’s Video for Windows multimedia framework. Since it was developed for Windows 3.1 in 1992 it lacks some features found in newer containers like MPEG or MP4, but is still widely used by consumers and even supported by some standalone DVD players. Although still supported in Windows, and suitable for certain formats like DV, it’s not a good general purpose container, and even Microsoft uses other containers for their own video formats.

What types of multi media formats does DVD X Player support?

Nov 26th, 2009by dvdxplayer 18,728 views |1 Comments

A: DVD X Player support most of the multi media formats, including various audio and video specifications. It support all functions provided by Microsoft. Details of specifications are as follows:
1. Audio-Video Interleaved (AVI)
2. Motion Picture Experts Group (MPEG, MPG, M2V, DAT)
3. Windows Media? Video (WMV)
6. Digital Video (DV, DV1) Read More »