How to Convert Quicktime to Xvid
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Guide: How to convert Quicktime to Xvid using Video Magic?
Step 1: Add Quicktime files.
Click “Add File” button or “File-Open” to load Quicktime videos you want to convert to the file list.
Step 2: Edit videos.
Select the file you want to customize, Video Magic offers “Clip”,”Crop”, “Merge”, “Watermark”, “Subtitle” on the tool bar to cut off the unwanted segments of your video, join multiple videos and combine them into one, add your favorite text to your movie.
Step 3: Do the settings.
Select the files you want to set, then click “Setting” and expand the “Profile” drop-down list, select Xvid as the output format. Video Magic supports resetting audio’s sample rate, channel, bitrate.
Step 4: Adjust output folder.
Select the file you want to set, then click “Browse” button to browse for output folder.
Step 5: Convert Quicktime to Xvid.
Start to convert Quicktime to Xvid by click the “Start” button.
It’s easy to convert Quicktime to Xvid with this powerful Video Converter-Video Magic!
What is QuickTime?
QuickTime is Apple’s multiplatform, multimedia technology for handling video, sound, animation, graphics, text, interactivity, and music. As a cross-platform technology, QuickTime can deliver content on Mac OS and Windows computers. Many applications, including Final Cut Pro, use the powerful architecture of QuickTime to view, create, import, and export media.
What is Xvid?
Xvid (formerly “XviD“) is a video codec library following the MPEG-4 standard, specifically MPEG-4 Part 2 Advanced Simple Profile (ASP). It uses ASP features such as b-frames, global and quarter pixel motion compensation, lumi masking, trellis quantization, and H.263, MPEG and custom quantization matrices.