If you wish to convert your MP4 video files to the AVI video format, then study this little guide where we will show how to use Audials One to perform the conversion. AVI is one of the best video formats for your computer, DVD player and handheld devices like iPhone, iPad etc. You can play all AVI files via Windows Media Player or related software application in Windows.
Audials One is able to convert almost all types of video files to AVI, also AVI to MP4 and AVI to DVD.
Here we will show you how to convert MP4 to AVI
- Start Audials One.
- Shift to the window called “Converter”, which is activated via the section called “Universal Converter”.
- Click on the button “Files” and then click “Add Files” via the drop-down menu.
- You can now select all the MP4 video files you wish to convert to AVI video files. The files will be listed in the “Converter” window.
- It is time to configure the profile you wish to use for the conversion i.e. which output format du wish. The standard option is “Universal, videos for Windows Media Player”, but you can also define output files for e.g. iPod, iPhone, Xbox etc.
- If you wish dig deeper into the advanced options available, then click the two arrows pointing downwards. When clicking that button, you will have access to a menu with a variety of output formats e.g. Android phones, BlackBerry, Apple iPad etc.
- When you have decided upon a output video format click the button “Start” to initiate conversion. After your MP4 video files are converted to AVI you are free to copy them to external devices and share them with your friends.
MP4 (MPEG-4 Part 14) is a multimedia container format with a standard as a part of MPEG-4. The MP4 video format is used to save digital video and digital audio along with subtitles and related data. MP4 can be streamed via the Internet and if often used my online video services.
AVI (Audio Video Interleaved) is developed by Microsoft. An AVI video file can be used with different codecs and formats, so there is not a standard format attached to AVI files like VCD Video, which sets a specific standard for resolution, bitrate, codecs etc.