Nowadays, more and more people are getting accustomed to using video converter to solve the incompatibility problems between videos and devices. They frequently transfer video fromat from FLV, WMV, MKV, AVI to MP4, which is the most acceptable container format.
Firstly, let's take a look at what is AVI. AVI, which stands for Audio Video Interleave, is a container format used by Microsoft Video for Windows multimedia framework. To play AVI files successfully on the Windows and Mac platforms, it not only requires the file format to inform system how to separate out data for each video and audio stream, but also needs the digital file to provide information about the format of the data in the stream. AVI is playable on Windows (Media Player) and some standalone DVD players, and still suitable to compressed to DV standard.
But since AVI was developed by Microsoft for Windows, it does lack some features found in newer containers like MPEG or MP4, which is widely used by consumers. Thus there're many situations you need to convert AVI to MP4 using AVI to MP4 converter.
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Step 1. Add video
Free download and run VideoProc, you can click "+ Video" button to load video files.
Step 2. Select output format
After adding AVI video file, the video's information, such as name, video size, video length, duration and output will be shown in the file list. Choose "MP4 Video" under PC General Video as output video format.
Step 3. Set output folde
Click "Browse" button in output setting area, select a destination folder in the dialog box that opens, and then click OK.
Step 4.Convert file
After finishing the above settings, check the files needed to convert in the file list, and click "RUN" button on the main interface, to start converting. You can view the conversion progress from the progress bar at the bottom of the dialog box.
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