The application’s developers claim that due to this new standard, DivX 10 delivers up to 50% better conversion. Furthermore, this codec supports HEVC videos regardless of the component you are using (Player, Web Player or Converter).
All its three components are focused on delivering you the best HEVC experience, and not only. The DivX Player renders HEVC videos encoded up to 1080p; the DivX Web Player is responsible for video streaming and downloading in your browser; the DivX Converter allows fast and simple conversion to various video formats.
The latest versions of DivX 10 come with a series of changes. They feature improved HEVC and AVC decoders for better stability and the DivX codec pack has been removed for consistency around the whole range of products and faster installing process. Additionally, DivX 10 includes DivX Live streaming for HEVC videos, an experimental feature.
Other additions refer to the DivX Media Server allowing you to control which DLNA devices to stream your content to, to the new experimental CLI mode of the DivX Converter and to the DivX Player performing Resume Playback for all your videos, which means you can close the player and when you open it again, it will resume from where you left.
All in all, DivX 10 is a highly innovative codec, which comes with a variety of related tools for offering you an optimal video experience.
Coding, decoding, playing, creating and streaming, there is nothing that DivX 10 won’t do for you.
DivX 10 stands out from the crowd and it is different from its predecessor, DivXPlus HD, because it uses the newest compression standard, DivX HEVC.