Not a fan of using a GUI for your encoding? Or like to work strictly with command line prompts and terminals? Well, this post is for you. Starting with DivX 10.1.1 we added Command Line support to DivX Engine, the same engine that powers DivX Converter for media content transcoding.
Available on Windows and Mac, DivXEngine can be used for any existing profiles or presets, including HEVC.
Who said bigger isn’t better? At four times the resolution of 1080p, 4K video packs in more pixels horizontally and vertically to deliver better picture quality. 4K really shines on displays sized 60” (152 cm) and above, but in 4K even on-screen text is noticeably smoother and sharper—even when you have a TV that doesn’t make your garage door feel small.
As a follow up to our DivX HEVC video profiles release, our team is pleased to announce a patch we’re developing to use with MKVToolNix to let you combine a DivX HEVC video stream with audio in an MKV container. MKVToolNix is a great set of tools for creating, inspecting and altering Matroska files. For more info, check out the developer's blog.
With our DivX HEVC decoder on the way and big plans to help enable HEVC video playback on PC, Mac, mobile and consumer electronics, we hope that community tools like MKVToolNix and others will build in native support for DivX HEVC profiles to make it easier for everyone to create their own HEVC-based DivX MKV videos.
- Download MKVToolNix binaries and source code
- Grab DivX HEVC video streams from our showcase, or use some of these test streams from this FTP location
- Get more technical details on using MKVToolNix
Let us know what you think, tell your friends, and share results of your muxing efforts in our HEVC Mux Forum. Remember, adding support for a new standard to community tools is not something we can do on our own. Here at DivX, our team actively seeks out and relies heavily on feedback from video experts like you.
The folks at MKVToolNix have officially merged the changes submitted by DivX to add HEVC support to MKVToolNix. The latest version of MKVToolNix (v6.8) includes these changes.
No more custom builds and playing with custom binaries, download the official MKVToolNix binaries/installers (v6.8 or later) and mux/demux HEVC video to/from mkv container to your hearts content.
MKVToolNix is a popular set of open source tools used to mux and demux Matroska (mkv) files. The tools used to support AVC, VP8, VC1, and now, with the DivX team's latest contribution -- HEVC!
All set? Now head over to the HEVC Documentation section to learn about Using MKVToolNix to mux your first DivX HEVC video. And while you're at it, don't forget to review the DivX HEVC profiles. As always, we welcome your feedback.