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XviD is an open-source video compression [[codec]]. XviD was developed partly in response to [[DivX]] codec, which used work produced by the open-source [[Project Mayo]], but went towards a proprietary path which did not please some people who were involved in Project Mayo. XviD aims to offer a open-source alternative to DivX.
XviD is an open-source video compression [[codec]]. XviD was developed partly in response to [[DivX]] codec, which used work produced by the open-source [[Project Mayo]], but went towards a proprietary path which did not please some people who were involved in Project Mayo. XviD aims to offer a open-source alternative to DivX.
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Performance and quality wise, XviD is an equal match to that of DivX.
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==Digital Digest Links==
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* Digital Digest Software Page: http://www.divx-digest.com/software/xvid.html
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* [http://www.digital-digest.com/software/xvid_links.html#articles List] of XviD related articles on Digital Digest.
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==External Links==
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* [http://www.xvid.org Official XviD Website]
==See Also==
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Current revision as of 15:50, 6 September 2007

XviD is an open-source video compression codec. XviD was developed partly in response to DivX codec, which used work produced by the open-source Project Mayo, but went towards a proprietary path which did not please some people who were involved in Project Mayo. XviD aims to offer a open-source alternative to DivX.


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