The XVid Codec was designed as a free answer to the proprietary DivX codec, and features many of the same capabilities, including b-frames, global and quarter pixel motion compensation, lumi masking, trellis quantization, and H.263, MPEG and custom quantization matrices. The problem with the codec is that it is not recognized by the majority of default video players, leading many people who download XVid files to seek to convert them or download the files all over again. Media Freeware has solved this problem once and for all with a free XVid player that will play these files as well as DivX so that users need look no further.
The software is free to download from CNET and Softpedia as well as the Media Freeware website and has been highly reviewed by early adopters. The software comes with a free unlimited license and can be used to watch an unlimited number of videos with no trial period, adware, spyware or malware.
The software is simple and easy to use, and takes just seconds to download and moments to install. The player is designed to be lightweight in its use of processor resources, so users needn’t worry about videos skipping and strobing due to lack of RAM.
A spokesperson for Media Freeware explained, “We are passionate about developing high quality accessible freeware without the usual adware, spyware and malware add-ons that cause users so many problems. Over the years we have established a reputation for excellence and are trusted by thousands of users across hundreds of different products. This XVid player will make watching XVid and other DivX codec videos as simple as double clicking them, with no more headaches about conversion or having to re-download videos in another format. It’s available on our website now.”
About Media Freeware:
Media Freeware develop free to use, simple and elegant software that can be downloaded directly from their website or from major download sites and other resource centers. The company has been operating for years and constantly releases new programs to address the changing needs of the modern user. Their products range from virtual pianos to webcam recorders, and they have now released a free XVid Player.
Visit http://www.mediafreeware.com/free-xvid-player.html for more information.
Name: Rob Stabile
Organization: Media Freeware