DivX 6.7 Final

The DivX Codec takes the power of advanced digital video compression to the next level, encoding video at resolutions up to high-definition 1920 x 1080. That's right, you heard it straight: 1080i and 1080p, at a fraction of the file size. What more can we say? Wait, we almost forgot, there is more. Read on, dear friend, for a list of DivX Codec features.

Features

* Compress digital video 5 to 10 times more than MPEG-2/DVD format and hundreds of times over raw digital video
* Encode high-definition (HD) video at resolutions up to 1080p
* Maximized performance for all HyperThreaded, dual core and dual CPU (SMP) systems
* Improved support for interlaced video

* Six carefully optimized encoding modes for balancing visual quality and performance
* Automated noise reduction reduces grain and low-light noise (common with DV cameras) without significantly degrading the video

Download: DivX 6.7.0.6
Link: DivX Official Home Page

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Hello Neowin ppls!

Please try the DFX Audio Enhancer, new in DivX Player 6.6. It can improve the audio quality of all your DivX videos, making them sound sharper and more lively. It comes with a ton of presets that work particularly well for all kinds of music videos.

- Al / DivX

DigitAl56K said,
x264 is very good, but it isn't supported by Stage6.

Well considering it's part of your divx.com site, I'd expect it not to :P

h264 is free, as well as xvid. What makes yours worth the money over these others? Can it compress better while still maintaining the same amount of quality as h264 or xvid? I'm not trying to be a smartass, but I've never used Divx since, well, it's not free heh.

rpger81 said,
h264 is free, as well as xvid. What makes yours worth the money over these others? Can it compress better while still maintaining the same amount of quality as h264 or xvid? I'm not trying to be a smartass, but I've never used Divx since, well, it's not free heh.

DivX and XVID are very comparable in terms of quality. DivX has certain benefits in that it is more orientated around easily encoding files so that they work well on all of the DivX Certified devices out there (which is actually a lot more complicated than you might think!), and XVID has benefits in that if you want to tweak a lot of "under the hood" options and use features that aren't necessarily supported by DivX Certified devices then you can do that.

We try to give away as much of DivX as we can for free, if you install the bundle you can actually use the codec even if you're not registered in it's "Community Codec" mode. It still produces very high quality files, but limits you to configuring it through a straightforward quality vs speed slider rather than editing all of the individual options yourself.

Regardless, DivX Player, DivX Web Player, and DivX Codec can all play both DivX and XVID files, and you can upload both formats to Stage6, so feel free to choose which ever works best for you :)

With regards to h264, this is a different format altogether from DivX and XVID (which share similarities), and that's why you can't use it on Stage6 right now.

Hope that helps!

XVID is also a good codec You are free to use it and upload your videos to Stage6! We don't block it at all :)

Nobody said DivX will not support h264 in future, but for now it doesn't interoperate with Stage6 or DivX Certified devices. We'll see what happens...

meh to DivX ... THe only reason for to have it's because i got it for free ( LEGALLY !!! ) and when I installed Vista i had lots of BSOD when trying to play a video .
XviD and x264 FTW !!!

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