DivX

DivX


About DivX

DIVX was an unsuccessful attempt by Circuit City and the entertainment law firm Ziffren, Brittenham, Branca and Fischer to create an alternative to video rental in the United States. DIVX was a rental format variation on the DVD player in which a customer would buy a DIVX disc for approximately US$4.50, which was watchable for up to 48 hours from its initial viewing. After this period, the disc could be viewed by paying a continuation fee to play it for two more days. Viewers who wanted to watch a disc an unlimited number of times could convert the disc to a "DIVX silver" disc for an additional fee. "DIVX gold" discs that could be played an unlimited number of times on any DIVX player were announced at the time of DIVX's introduction, but no DIVX gold titles were ever released.

Updated: August 15, 2017 by

System Information
OS Windows: 7 / 8 / Vista / XP / 10
Language English
License & Price Free to try
Developer DivX
Official website www.divx.com

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