Dr. DivX 2.0.1 beta 7

3.5 from 6 Reviews

DivX videos can be easily created from almost any video file format on your computer by using Dr. DivX.

This compact application is dedicated to all categories of users and it allows them to create high-quality DivX videos in just three steps.

First of all, why should you choose the DivX format?

Because it minimizes the size of your video files without affecting image quality too much.

It is used by DVD players and many other devices.

By using Dr. DivX, you can take your MPEG-1, MPEG-2, VOB or AVI files and transform them into DivX.

The three steps of conversion are importing the input video file, selecting your settings and asking the application to encode the video. The result will be a smaller file at a good image quality and which occupies less memory space. DivX files are easier to email, upload on the web or burn on CDs.

In spite of its small size, Dr. DivX comes with a wide range of features. The application can convert a variety of formats to DivX by using the available DivX encoder; it allows you to manually tweak encoding settings; it offers support for multiple audio and subtitle tracks; it enables you to choose your favorite quality level and it provides access to audio tags.

The files generated by Dr. DivX are compatible with DivX certified players, since the application is compliant with DivX certification requirements.

Dr. DivX is recommended for those who use older versions of the DivX codec. The application has not been developed anymore since 2008 and it does not provide support for the latest versions of the DivX codec.
Reviews & Comments
Dr. DivX 2.0.1 beta 7
on 25 October 2011
Unfortunately the open source version of this software is the final one. The Dr. has officially been retired forever.

The original version was pure genius software. Used it for many years and created "insane quality" videos. I must admit that I worked with DivX on this one and we could not convince the "top bosses" to continue it. This version will work with Windows Server 2000 and sometimes with Windows XP.
Dr. DivX 2.0.1 beta 7
Dave Doe
on 13 September 2011
What -- Win 7 is not supported? At least that's what the warning says when I start the install...
Dr. DivX 2.0.1 beta 3
on 23 March 2007
In new version 2.0.1.b3 I can't add more than one file in batch