Open AVI files with File Viewer Plus

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An Audio Video Interleave File open in File Viewer Plus 3

Do you need to open an Audio Video Interleave (.AVI) file?

File Viewer Plus can open AVI files! It comes with standard playback options and allows you to inspect the metadata of your file. You can also convert the video in your AVI file to the MP4 format.

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What is a .AVI file?

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The Audio Video Interleave (AVI) multimedia container format is used to store video and audio data that may be encoded in a variety of codecs, including DivX and XviD. The format is based on the Resource Interchange File Format (RIFF) and was introduced in 1992 by Microsoft and is still commonly used today. AVI files are typically created by video editors and converters to store short video clips, home movies, TV shows, and movies.

You may encounter AVI files in a variety of ways, such as downloading video from the Internet, ripping video from a disc, or exporting home video from a video editor. You may also receive video from co-workers, family members, or friends. You can use File Viewer Plus to play your AVI files and even convert the video to the MP4 format at different resolutions and bitrates.

Learn more about AVI files at

File Viewer Plus AVI Support

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Conversion options:
MP4 (MPEG-4, AAC) - Supported video resolutions include 1080p, 720p, 1024x768, 800x600, 640x480, 640x360, and the original input video size

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