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Jun 7, 2009 - XviD Codec v1.2.2 Released

Technology The XviD team today released the long awaited XviD codec v1.2.2, which primarily is a bugfix release that addresses various bugs that have been reported about the XviD codec v1.1.2. It should be compatible with all previous XviD codec releases and also includes some security-related fixes, so an update is highly recommended. As usual, you can download the latest version of the XviD codec right here.

XviD codec | Source: XviD.org



Nov 1, 2006 - XviD Codec v1.1.2 Released

Technology The XviD development team has just released the XviD codec v1.1.2, which primarily is a bugfix release that addresses various bugs that have been reported about the XviD codec v1.1.0. Among other things the new version fixes some problems in the xvidcore library, VFW frontend, as well as the DShow frontend. You can as usual download the latest version of the XviD codec directly from our site. Also, make sure to spread the word and tell your friends about it.

XviD codec | Source: XviD.org



Jan 6, 2006 - Google Partners with DivX® for Video Download Service

News DivX Inc. and Google Inc. today announced that they will co-operate on Google Video to make it accessible on CE devices, allowing consumers to bring their video downloads into the connected home and with them wherever they go. "Our goal with Google Video is to make the world's video content accessible to people, and working with DivX® is a very important step toward extending that service beyond the PC to consumer electronics devices," said Susan Wojcicki, vice president of product management at Google Inc. "We want to reach a point when consumers can easily access the content that is important to them from Google whenever they want, and enjoy that content on a variety of devices."

Read more | Source: DivX, Inc.



Dec 30, 2005 - XviD Codec v1.1 Released

Technology The XviD development team has finally released the final version of the XviD codec v1.1, which has been in development for over a year now. It features improved low bitrate quality, improved VBV support, a rate-distortion mode for b-frames, new postprocessing functions, various decoder and encoder speedups, as well as the usual bug fixes. You can download the new version of the XviD codec directly from our site.

XviD codec | Source: XviD.org



Sep 2, 2005 - DivX® Ultra Certification Program Launched

News DivX, Inc. today announced the launch of the DivX® Ultra Certification program for consumer electronics devices. The DivX® Ultra Certification program will bring consumers a fully interactive, cutting edge digital media experience by enabling next generation consumer electronics devices to support the advanced features of the DivX® Media Format. Key elements of the DivX® Media Format include interactive video menus, multiple subtitles, alternate audio tracks, video tags and chapter points. The first devices bearing the DivX® Ultra Certified logo are expected to hit retail shelves in late 2005.

Read more | Source: DivX, Inc.



Mar 10, 2005 - DivX® 6 Garners Support from Leading Technology Companies

News DivXNetworks today announced that a wide range of partners from the software and consumer electronics industries plan to support the upcoming DivX® 6 multimedia technology in their product offerings. "We are extremely gratified to see such early, widespread support for DivX® 6 from a variety of companies across the technology industry," said Jordan Greenhall, CEO and co-founder of DivXNetworks. "We are focused on working with our partners to create an easy-to-use and compelling video experience for consumers by helping to bring to market a complete ecosystem of products that lets anyone create and enjoy high-quality, interactive video files on any device or platform."

Read more | Source: DivXNetworks



Dec 20, 2004 - XviD Codec v1.0.3 Released

Technology The XviD development team has just released a new version of the XviD codec, which primarily is a bugfix release. It is source and binary compatible with the previous version of the codec. When it comes to the upcoming XviD codec v1.1 it is maturing fast and they expect to release the first beta version of the codec very soon. It will bring a fair number of optimizations in the decoder, better quality and more speed for the encoder. To download the latest version of the codec, check out our XviD codec section.

XviD codec | Source: XviD.org



Oct 26, 2004 - Hollywood Movie Studios to Offer Movie Downloads

News DivXNetworks is currently close to a breakthrough deal that could see two major Hollywood movie studios announce support for its technology by the end of the year, according to DivX President Shahi Ghaman. The DivX® format, which so far has been more commonly associated with free movies, would be used in planned Internet video-on-demand services allowing consumers to download movies directly from the Internet without going through video stores or cable/television networks. Ghaman also said DivXNetworks expects to unveil the new version of its free codec, DivX® 6.0, in the fourth quarter of 2004. The upgrade offers 33% better compression than H.264, the latest video codec approved for use in the MPEG-4 standard.

Read more | Source: CNET News



Jul 31, 2004 - DivX® in 20 Million Consumer Electronics Devices

News DivXNetworks has been working for three years towards a scenario when consumer electronics manufacturers bundle their DivX® MPEG-4 based-codecs required to play movie downloads into equipment that is sold in retail. So far it has sold 2 million such devices, but reckons it will sell another 18 million by the end of the year. They've been quietly going about their business, first selling the codec to work in software, then they interested a few smaller consumer electronics firms to bundle in their codecs, then some of the integrated circuit manufacturers put it into silicon, and now virtually all the major consumer electronics companies are coming out with products this fall. That list includes Panasonic, Philips, Toshiba, JVC, Pioneer and Thomson.

Read more | Source: The Register



May 18, 2004 - XviD Codec v1.0 Released

Technology The XviD development team has just released the long-awaited final version of the XviD codec v1.0. Though this version number is purely symbolic, it's still an important step, and the "xvid-team" hopes everyone will enjoy all the efforts that have been put in this 1.0 numbered version. They also want to thank all the users who: reported bugs, sent patches and helped them improve XviD up to an 1.0 quality level. You can download the new version of the XviD codec directly from our site.

XviD codec | Source: XviD.org



Feb 17, 2004 - Plextor to Release First DivX® Hardware Video Encoder

News DivXNetworks today announced that the Plextor ConvertX Digital Video Converter is the first official DivX® Certified hardware encoding and editing device to hit the market. ConvertX allows users to convert movies from a wide variety of sources to high-quality DivX movies in real-time using a Windows-based PC. "We're excited to partner with Plextor to bring the first DivX® Certified hardware encoding device to market. Our users can now easily achieve real-time DivX® video encoding without maxing out their processor or shutting down every other application running on their PC", said Bill Holmes of DivXNetworks. The ConvertX Model PX-M402U is available today for $159.

Read more | Source: Plextor



May 14, 2003 - New Movies Targetted as Consumers Download Movies

News The Matrix Reloaded still hasn't opened in movie theaters, but the movie is already available online for people to download. The movie was first spotted early this morning and another version of the movie download popped up later in the day. It's not the first time that free movie downloads are available online even before the movies have been released in theaters, last year we saw this happen to new movies such as Star Wars and Spider-Man. The pre-release of free movies online has become a growing concern for Hollywood studios, even if to date the trend has shown little indication that free movie downloads are undermining box office revenue. According to our current poll 81% of our visitors plan to see the movie in theaters.

Read more | Source: CNET News



Dec 5, 2002 - InterVideo to Support DivX® Video in Software Products

News DivXNetworks and InterVideo announced today that InterVideo has licensed DivX® and DivX® Pro video compression technology for the company's digital video and audio software products. WinDVD Platinum, the most recent version of the world's best-selling DVD player, is the first InterVideo product to feature DivX® technology. InterVideo also plans to integrate DivX® and DivX® Pro encoding technology into future versions of other products.

Read more | Source: InterVideo



Oct 22, 2002 - KiSS DVD-Player First to Offer Playback of DivX Movies

News DivXNetworks and and KiSS Technology, a leading Scandinavian manufacturer of DVD products throughout the world, today announced that the DP-450 from KiSS Technology is the first DVD player to offer playback of DivX movie downloads encoded in DivX® 4.xx and 5.xx. The KiSS DP-450, is set for release in late October. Additionally, the two companies are working closely together to develop future products that will be "DivX® Certified" and offer full compatibility with all versions of DivX® video.

Read more | Source: KiSS Technology



May 27, 2002 - Star Wars and Spider-Man Movie Downloads Hit the Net

News The new thing is that you can download movies online even before the movies are released in theaters. Recent examples include the new Star Wars movie along with the Spider-Man movie. Copies of the hit movie Spider-Man were available a day before its theatrical release and copies of the new Star Wars movie were circulating online more than a week before its theatrical release. According to the MPAA, free movie downloads of new movies are typically available on the Internet 24 hours after they debut in movie theaters. And as increasing numbers of consumers get high-speed access to the net, downloading free movies has become easier and provides for higher quality movie downloads.

Read more | Source: CNET News



Mar 21, 2002 - xXx Movie Trailer Available as Free Download

News Sony Pictures has just released the trailer for their upcoming movie xXx as a free download at DivX.com, and it represents yet another milestone in the DivX® formats history. It is the first time ever that a major Hollywood movie studio has publicly released a movie download in the DivX® format, and it shows that even the big movie studios are impressed by the high-quality of the DivX® format. Whether this means that the DivX® format is on its way to becoming accepted by movie studios as a way to release movie downloads online remains to be seen, but DivXNetworks continuing work with the movie studios on their DRM design seems to have paid off. One can only hope that it won't be long before we can download movies in the DivX® format directly from the net.

Download trailer | Source: Sony









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