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Audio Video Interleave (AVI)

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Audio Video Interleave (AVI) is a popular multimedia format typically used for delivery of video content. AVI was invented by Microsoft in the early nineties. Like QuickTime (a competing technology invented by Apple around the same time), AVI is known as a Container Format because it contains content that may be compressed using a variety of other codecs such as MPEG. Despite being technically inferior to a number of other formats, it has achieved a high level of market penetration and is widely supported by most video editing and playback software

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Version History for Audio Video Interleave (AVI)

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Current Version (2)
Edited by Ralph Windsor on 17/02/2014 at 22:06

Version 1
Created by Ralph Windsor on 02/07/2013 at 13:55


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