DRC to AVI
DRC to AVI Converter, Convert DRC to AVI
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DRC to AVI Software converts DRC to AVI quickly. Besides AVI, the converter could convert DRC to common video formats and portable devices, for example, VOB, AVI, iPod, MPEG, H.264, MP4, Xvid, WMV, 3GP, 3G2, and so on.
The converter is an all-in-one video converter that supports more than 100 video and audio file formats and converts to 40 popular formats. It could convert M4V to AVI, VOB to Xvid, EVOB to 3GP, EVOB to BlackBerry, MP4 to OGV, M2T to OGV, H261 to MP4, WMD to MPEG, and so on.
DRC to AVI Software supports batch conversion and is full compatible with 32-bit and 64-bit editions Vista and Windows 7.
What is DRC?
The specification was finalised on 21 January 2008, and further developments will only be bug fixes and constraints. In September of that year version 1.0.0 of the reference implementation was released which corresponds to an intra-frame only subset known as Dirac Pro, which has been proposed to the SMPTE for standardisation as VC-2. Version 2.2.3 of the full Dirac specification, including motion compensation and inter-frame coding, was issued a few days later. Dirac Pro was used internally by the BBC to transmit HDTV pictures at the Beijing Olympics in 2008.
The format implementations are named in honour of the theoretical physicists Paul Dirac and Erwin Schrodinger, who shared the 1933 Nobel Prize in physics.
Dirac supports resolutions up to HDTV (1920x1080) and greater and is claimed to provide significant savings in data rate and improvements in quality over video compression formats such as MPEG-2 Part 2, MPEG-4 Part 2 and its competitors, e.g. Theora, and WMV. Dirac's implementers make the preliminary claim of "a two-fold reduction in bit rate over MPEG-2 for high definition video", which makes it comparable to the latest generation standards such as H.264/MPEG-4 AVC and VC-1.
Dirac supports both constant bit rate and variable bit rate operation. When the low delay syntax is used, the bit rate will be constant for each area (Dirac slice) in a picture to ensure constant latency. Dirac supports lossy and lossless compression modes.
Dirac employs wavelet compression, instead of the discrete cosine transforms used in most older compression formats. Dirac is one of several projects attempting to apply wavelets to video compression. Others include Rududu, Snow, RedCode and Tarkin. Wavelet compression is also used in the JPEG 2000 and PGF compression standards for photographic images.
Dirac can be used in various container formats (e.g., AVI, Ogg, MKV). It was registered for the use in container formats based on the ISO base media file format (MPEG-4 Part 12; e.g., MP4). It was also registered for use in MPEG-2 transport stream.
What is AVI?
There is slight overhead when used with popular MPEG-4 codecs (Xvid and DivX, for example), increasing file size more than necessary. The AVI container has no native support for modern MPEG-4 features like B-Frames. Hacks are sometimes used to enable modern MPEG-4 features and subtitles, however, this is the source of playback incompatibilities.
Step-by-Step Instructions to Converting DRC to AVI
Click "Add Files" to choose DRC files and add them to conversion list.
Choose one or more DRC files you want to convert and then click Open.
[Optional] If you want to change AVI encoding parameters, for example, vodec codec, bit rate, frame rate, video size, and aspect ratio, please click "Options".
[Optional] Switch to tab "Video Options" and then set encoding parameters.
Click "Convert" to convert DRC files to AVI.
The software is converting DRC to AVI.
When conversion completes, you can right-click converted item and choose "Play Destination" to play the outputted file; or choose "Browse Destination Folder" to open Windows Explorer to browse the outputted file.
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