Sign up for DivX Beta News

Want to be first to try what we’ve been brewing here at DivX? Want to test new technology and apps and share your opinions before it’s available to anyone else.

Be the first to know about our public Betas and learn how you can sign up for private-only sneak peeks by subscribing to the DivX Beta News list below.


We’ll send updates about Beta programs for a variety of DivX products. This won’t sign you up for any other DivX news and we never share your information with anyone else.

Sign up to get news about DivX Betas!

First Name *

Last Name *

Country *

Language *

Smartphone or Tablet *

Email Address *

* All fields required


DivX Media Server 101: Part 2

If you’re following our DivX Media Server 101 video series, you already know from Part 1 how to set up your media server for sharing files from your computer to devices like your TV, tablet and gaming consoles.

For Xbox 360 users, this one’s all for you. Part 2 of the video series below shows you how to stream DivX, AVI, MP4 and MKVs from a PC to a Xbox 360.

Watch other videos in this series:

Part 1: Setting up DivX Media Server

Watch this video on YouTube

DivX 10.2.3: Now Playing SMI Subtitles

Version 10.2.3 of DivX Software is available today. Now in DivX Player, you can enjoy your videos with multiple languages at once thanks to added support for .SMI subtitles.

DivX Player can also display two subtitles at once for any supported subtitle format, including XSUB, SRT, and more. By default, the two subtitles will be displayed one on top of the other at the bottom of the video, but you can move the top subtitles around anywhere in the video window.

Download the update to enjoy your 4K HEVC videos with SMI subtitles.


How to make SMI subtitles?

There are a several tools you can use to easily make SMI subtitles for your videos. Here are a few we’ve used and tested to work with DivX Software:

Subtitle edit
Subtitle workshop

Making SMI subtitle files is easy with these tools. Just add a line of text, select the timeframe for when the text should appear, and save the subtitles in SMI format.

Once you’ve made your subtitles, make sure the .smi file and your video file have the same name and are in the same folder for DivX Player to automatically display the subtitles when your video starts playing. You can also manually select your subtitles or choose a different language by right-clicking on the playback screen and selecting the Subtitle menu.

Enjoy your videos!

DivX 10에서 .SMI 자막 재생이 가능 합니다

DivX는 HEVC, 그리고 이젠 Ultra HD (4K)까지 소비자들에게 제공하고 있습니다. DivX Player 10.2.3에서는 여러 언어로 비디오를 즐길 수 있을 뿐만 아니라, 더욱 더 편리한 사용을 위해 .SMI 자막 포맷까지 추가 지원하게 되었습니다.

이제 DivX Player에서 XSUB, SRT 등과 같은 두 개의 자막을 동시에 재생할 수 있습니다.

4K HEVC 비디오를 SMI 자막과 함께 즐기시려면 지금 바로 다운로드 하시기 바랍니다. 여기를 클릭하여 새롭게 출시된 기능을 확인해 보십시오.


SMI 자막 만드는 방법

시중에는 SMI 자막을 쉽게 만들 수 있는 다양한 방법들이 있습니다. 다음은 DivX 소프트웨어 에서 정상 동작함을 확인한 대표적인 SMI 생성 툴입니다.

Subtitle edit
Subtitle workshop

위의 방법을 이용하시면 SMI 자막 파일을 쉽게 만들 수 있습니다. 삽입하고자 하는 텍스트를 추가하고, 텍스트가 나타날 시간대를 선택한 후 SMI 파일 포맷으로 자막을 저장하시면 됩니다.

DivX Player에서 비디오를 재생할 때 자동으로 자막이 표기되기 위해서는 자막을 만든 후 .smi 파일과 비디오 파일의 이름이 동일해야 하며, 두 파일이 같은 폴더 안에 있어야 합니다. 또한 마우스 오른쪽 버튼을 클릭하여 자막을 수동으로 선택하거나 다른 언어를 선택할 수 있습니다.

Enjoy your videos!

DivX Media Server 101: Part 1

Is your hard drive filled with videos that you want to watch on another screen? Instead of burning a disc or copying to USB, use the DivX Media Server in DivX Player to stream your movies and TV shows instantly to another device like your Smart TV, PS3, Roku or Samsung Galaxy tablet.

In our video tutorial series—DivX Media Server 101—we’ll walk you through setting up the media server on your computer and playing your videos on the most popular devices. Watch DivX Media Server 101: Part 1 now.


Watch other videos in this series:

Part 2: Streaming from PC to Xbox 360

Watch this video on YouTube

DivX 10.2: Removing Codec Pack

With DivX 10.2, Codec Pack was removed from the DivX Software bundle. For those of you who used the DivX codec in third party software to play or create your DivX files, here’s an explanation of why we did this and what this means for you.


Why did we do this?

We want to simplify what we distribute and how, so that only the filters used by DivX Player and Web Player, DivX Converter and DivX Media Server applications will be installed. This ensures that you get exactly what they need for your unique use of DivX software, and also reduces the DivX bundle size and install footprint.

What this means for you:

When it comes to the DivX software—Player, Web Player, Converter, Media Server—you won’t see any change. You’ll still be able to play, create, and stream all the same videos just as before. If you had previously installed DivX Codec pack, it will remain on your system even after updating to DivX 10.2.

We want to focus on improving and updating our tools so that you always have the best experience possible with DivX products and the DivX format. By focusing on DivX applications, we can also deliver new codecs and features, like HEVC, and get them to you faster. DivX also has a Software Integration solution that allows us to work with other software creators to ensure compatibility with the DivX format—for file playback or creation. This all will guarantee compliance with the more than 1 billion DivX certified devices in the world.

Questions or suggestions? Tell us about it on our Forums.

**Edit: August 18, 2014**
For those of you who would like to use the legacy DivX Codec Pack to convert and play DivX MPEG-4 videos in third-party programs, you can download it here.

Stream to Your Biggest Home Screen with DivX Player

Want to stream video to the biggest screen in your home? Of course you do. And you can! Just download DivX Software and use its DivX Media Server, included free in DivX Player, with a DLNA compatible device.

Here’s how easy streaming gets with DivX:

(Watch this video on YouTube.)

Easy! Got questions about DLNA streaming with DivX Media Server? Check out our support forums.

DivX HEVC 4K at CES – today!

DivX is driving the adoption of the HEVC standard across the video industry sooner than anyone expected, and this was made clear at our exhibit during CES 2014.


For those who don’t know, HEVC is a new compression standard that promises to deliver video with up to 50% bitrate savings at the same quality as H.264. And 4K is a video resolution with four times the pixels of 1080p.

Just a year ago, industry analysts were saying that HEVC adoption for consumer content services was at least 5 years away and that devices wouldn’t support the standard until about 2015. But the DivX team is set on proving them wrong. In September 2013, we launched DivX 10, the first consumer software to enable high-quality DivX HEVC video creation and playback. We beat VLC, Media Player Classic and GOM Player, and in just 3 months, DivX 10 has been downloaded more than 15 million times. We are also working with key chipmakers MStar, Broadcom and ST Micro to enable DivX HEVC 4K playback in televisions and set-top boxes. More…

Upgrade to the Next Version of DivX Plus Software

To follow up on last November’s release of DivX Plus Software 9, we’ve been working hard to make our awesome software even better. Our latest version (9.1) delivers the same great video creation and playback capabilities you expect, along with some new features and a host of improvements. Here are the highlights:

  • Playback core: Start watching your videos faster with the new and more efficient DivX Player core
  • Adaptive streaming: DivX Web Player now supports DivX Plus Streaming™ so you can enjoy purchased movies and TV shows without buffering right in your browser
  • MKV streaming: Use DivX Media Server to stream those MKVs to your PS3 without CPU-intensive transcoding
  • New subtitles: Already supported in devices that are certified for DivX Plus HD. DivX Converter now supports the popular MKV subtitle formats SSA/ASS
  • Video rotation: Great for videos captured on your phone, DivX Converter lets you rotate videos from portrait to landscape or vice versa

Find a full list of features and fixes on our support page. And help us reach a major milestone of 1 billion downloads by upgrading to 9.1 now. More…


High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) or H.265 is a new draft video compression standard and the successor to H.264/MPEG-4 AVC (Advanced Video Coding). Under development by the ISO/IEC Moving Picture Experts Group and ITU-T Video Coding Experts Group, HEVC is designed for encoding (converting) and decoding (playing) video streams that can be stored and delivered more efficiently and economically. Simply put, HEVC can deliver the same visual quality as H.264 with about half the bitrate.

As of today, HEVC is officially ratified by the ITU Video Coding Experts Group (VCEG) and the ISO/IEC Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG). And since we’re one of the leaders in digital video, we have already been working on developing the next-generation DivX video profile based on this new H.265-based standard (get a refresher on existing DivX profiles). Once deployed in software and licensed to consumer electronics companies, we’ll be among the first to deliver tools to create HEVC content and DivX Certified devices on which to play it back. More…