MKV is a versatile HD video container format which has been natively supported by Windows 10. It can hold multiple video/audio/subtitle streams into one single file. And it features movie extra elements adding which allows users to play and watch HD MKV video with chapter points and menus navigation. That is why people would like to rip their DVD movie to MKV format as digital backup. Do you want to play MKV video on your non-DirectShow player or DVD player? Then now learn how to convert MKV to Xvid (on Windows 10).
To our disappointment, many players can't play MKV files directly. However Xvid can run on many different platforms due to the availability of source code for programmers. Now if you have some excellent HD MKV movies and want to play them on your DVD playing software or play these files with Media Player Classic. You will need to convert MKV to Xvid.
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By fully supporting GPU hardware acceleration, Multi-core CPU (i3, i5, i7), and armed with Hyper Threading Technology (Converting MKV to Xvid by multi threads at the same time, speed up the conversion timely). That is why WinX MKV to Xvid converter program can be the fastest solution in the current market. Moreover, this converter also enables you to convert MKV to Xvid on Windows 10 without any trouble.
Step 1: Import your target HD MKV video by clicking "+ Video" button under video control.
Step 2: Move to General Video and then find out the output profile with Xvid video codec, say "3G2 Video (Xvid + AAC)". You are also free to find it out by searching like shown in the screenshot below.
Step 3: Set output destination by clicking Browse button.
Step 4: Click RUN button to begin your MKV to Xvid/3G2 conversion (on Windows 10).
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