The interface of DivX Pro is basic and intuitive, and even beginners will find it easy to perform a wide range of tasks, such as video playback, media management and disc authoring.
You don’t have to worry about having the right codecs, because they are all included in the pack, and you also get the DivX Web Player which will enable you to play DivX video from within a web browser.
Some of the features included in DivX Pro are EKG (an encoding utility refining image quality at the highest levels), crop and resize (improving visual quality at lower resolutions by adjusting image size and eliminating black bars), psychovisual modeling (enhancing details of complex images without increasing file size), the encoder feedback window (making adjustments and viewing results in real time) and source preprocessing (the source video is cleaned to ensure improved visual quality). The adaptive bi-directional frames, on the other hand, enable smaller file size and better image quality.
Another advantage of this toolkit is the built-in burning functionality, allowing you to create discs fast and easy. DivX Pro provides you with almost any tool the average user might need when handling DivX files.
DivX Pro is outdated, and its final release, 5.2.1, was launched in 2004.
This official release was extremely useful at its time, but nowadays its features are also present in other applications.
This application is exactly what you need if you want to obtain high-quality videos, ten times smaller than DVDs. You can watch these videos either on your PC or on DivX Certified DVD players.