A large AVI file or some big AVI files may often give you trouble. Their relatively fatter bodies, compared with other multimedia format, often contributes a lot in occupying our disk space, which result in lower and lower running speed of our Mac. If you google the forum about how to compress AVI files you will find many threads. Is there any fast way to compress AVI files in Mac OS X El Capitan?
Generally speaking, AVI files are of high quality but normally with huge size due to its own generating mode, simply put, AVI files are usually generated by recording software, such as, Fraps, Mirillis Action. The huge size for AVI causes lots of inconvenience, such as taking much hard drive memory, being difficult in uploading to social networks or sending as an attachment for email. To save memory and time and send video via E-mail without hassles, a widely recommended solution is compress AVI file.
How can we compress a .AVI file
The following step by step guide is the answer to all the above questions, which offer three methods to make your AVI file smaller with no quality loss with the help of an AVI video compressor for Mac/Win- Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac/Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate. Here is the review.
This converter does a good job in compressing AVI video as well as keep the source format or convert to other more compatible video or audio formats as your desire. One thing needs to be mentioned, the boasting of high quality engine will ensure a 98% quality reservation even if you conduct the AVI compression to make it smaller using the AVI resizer.
Therefore, you can upload it to Youtube, email to your friend or playback on phones fast with crisp image; Compatible with both Mac OS X (El Capitan) and Windows (Windows 10). Various hot edit features is supported: trim, rotate, crop, merge files into one, add subtitles/watermark/effect, remove audio from video, take snapshot, split, change bitrate/sample rate/video size and more; Except compressing AVI files, this useful AVI Compressor for Mac/Win also supports reducing almost all kinds of video files size such as compress MOV files, compress AVI files, compress FLV files, compress M2TS files, compress MKV files, compress WAV MP3 audio files, etc.
Download and install it now and then only follow the three steps to finish AVI compression on Mac/Win.
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Step 1. Import AVI Videos
Launch the best AVI file size reducer for Mac/Win, and hit the “Add video” button to import your video file. Simply dragging and dropping AVI files to the main interface is also allowed.
Step 2. Compress AVI file
Method 1: Convert AVI files to other more compressed video format like MP4 with nearlly no quality loss. Here you need to select “MP4” as the output format.
Method 2: You could choose to lower the resolution while maintaining the Bitrate quality in order to maintain the quality of video while compressing your AVI files. To achieve this, Click “Setting” button of the program and a window will pop up. From Size(pix) drop-down list, select an appropriate parameter or enter a desire value for output file. Or choose lower value from the drop-down list of the right side of “Bitrate” to decrease AVI Bitrate in order to resize your AVI.
Step 3. Start to compress or resize AVI files on Mac
Lastly, click on the “Convert” button to start the conversion and let the program run its course. When the ripping is done, you can click on “Open” button to locate the ripped videos.
Now please try this AVI Converter, the program will transcode the AVI video clips with top speed with the help of NVIDIA CUDA and AMD APP acceleration. Now you can upload AVI videos to Youtube, Facebook and Vimeo via Mac OS X El Capittan for share immediately.
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