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.

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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…

DivX TV Launch Wrap-up: One Month Later (Plus a New Video)

UPDATE: Check out www.divxtv.com to find more information about DivX TV.

Its been a month since DivX traveled to Las Vegas for the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show. We met a lot of great people, saw some awesome new products, and launched our brand new Internet TV platform called DivX TV.

In case you missed any of our coverage about DivX TV, we’ve wrapped it all up in to one post. Links, photos, a video and more after the break: More…

DivX TV Coverage Roundup

UPDATE: Check out www.divxtv.com to find more information about DivX TV.

It has been an exciting couple of days since we announced DivX TV. We have been busy at CES giving demos, talking to the press and meeting with bloggers. Below are just a few of the articles covering DivX TV:

DivX unveils its new form as online video-to-TV enabler (via Engadget)

DivX and LG Prepare to Bring DivX TV to the Living Room (via Mashable)

DivX TV: Online Television, No Box Required [VIDEO] (via Mashable)

DivX Expands Parnership with LG (via PC Magazine)

CES: DivX launches new Internet TV platform (via Macworld)

DivX launches Internet TV platform (via Download Squad)

Launching DivX TV in Style

UPDATE: Check out www.divxtv.com to find more information about DivX TV.

CES 2010 is officially in full swing. Everything is set up, and we will be spending the next few days showing off DivX TV, DivX Plus HD, and more. In addition to our booth at CES, DivX will be hosting a party to celebrate the launch of DivX TV at the Moon Nightclub at Palms Hotel. We’ve invited a few special guests to join us and DJ Danny Masterson will be laying down beats. Various bloggers and journalists will also be there so that they can experience DivX TV firsthand and bring you even better coverage of our new product.

Although the party is a closed event, our booth is open to everyone. Come by to chat with us, or check out a demo of DivX TV. You can find us at:

South Hall 4

Booth ID: 3545MP

Announcing DivX TV

UPDATE: Check out www.divxtv.com to find more information about DivX TV.

Everyone here at DivX has been extremely busy for the past few months. This is always a busy season for us because of CES (Consumer Electronics Show), but this year we have also been getting ready for one our biggest and most exciting announcements to date.

I’m not going to lie to you…it was hard to keep a lid on this one.

But the time has come to pull back the veil and finally fill you in on what we have been working so hard on.

Today we are announcing DivX TV.

So what is DivX TV? DivX TV brings all of your favorite Internet content and services directly to your TV or Blu-ray player without the need of a PC. You can expect a lot of new information about DivX TV to come pouring in over the next couple of days during CES. I will be there to post plenty of photos and videos to this blog as well as to Twitter. For now, you should check out this video to learn more about DivX TV:

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Download the DivX Plus HD version of this video (right click and ‘save as’)

Click here to view the video on YouTube

If you still want to learn more, then visit the DivX TV page at www.divx.com/DivXTV