Got $20? You might be interested in picking up DivX’s latest software release, DivX Pro 7 for Windows XP/Vista (32-bit). The new application is capable of encoding 1080p HD video in H.264 with multichannel audio (AAC) and subtitle tracks all in the smoking hot MKV audio/video container. The company actually calls this new configuration the DivX Plus HD format — so keep an eye out for it when you make your next CE device purchase that supports DivX.
- High-performance H.264 video decoding with support for Baseline, Main, High, High 10, and High 4:2:2 profiles, full interlace support, multithreaded decoding on up to 8 CPU cores and optimizations for MMX, SSE and SSE2 instruction sets.
- Multichannel AAC (LC/HE) decoding
- Support for MKV files including:
- Multiple audio tracks for multilingual audio, directors commentary or isolated musical scores
- Multiple subtitle tracks for multilingual subtitles
- Ordered chapters for chaining MKV files together during playback
- Initial support for SSA and ASS subtitles which can either be stored within the MKV file or externally
- Fast frame-accurate seeking
- Real-time handling of interlaced H.264 video:
- Bob de-interlace
- Display top field only
- Display bottom field only
- Display weave
Tags: AAC, DivX, DivX 7, H.264, MKV
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