MPG to AVI converter
MPG is an acronym used for Motion Picture Experts Group's video file format. It is a widely popular digital video format used in the storage and transmission of video content, usually consisting of audio and video streams encapsulated in an MPEG container. It uses a lossy form of compression to reduce the file size without discarding any of the essential components of the original video content.
MPG files can contain both video and audio content. The MPEG-2 standard was used for DVD-Video encoding and for most television broadcasts. The MPEG-4 standard is used for many file-sharing applications such as DivX. MPG file extension can also be used for other types of MPEG compression standards such as Motion JPEG, WMV, H.264 (AVC), etc.
AVI, or Audio Video Interleave, is a common video file format developed by Microsoft. It is used to store Digital video footage with an accompanying audio track. The AVI file format is often used for playing movies and other types of video content. AVI files are stored in a specific container format that contains both audio and video data compressed with a variety of Bytewise or Bitwise codecs.
AVI files come with a variety of options such as several audio and video compression formats and can include attributes such as adjusting the playback speed of the video. These files are encoded in such a way that they have suitable compatibility across different platforms, allowing them to be played back on most devices without any loss of quality.