The Xvid program was invented to help facilitate the creation of video that could be accessed by various playback devices with different applications. This system has advanced features that enable it provide this capability to various devices. These include coding tools and features that enable easy comprehension of the video with a variety of home and mobile devices. This application is mostly used by the MPEG-4 video which has become very popular worldwide over the years with most video enthusiast. In this case it allows for the creation of videos that can be played on MPEG-4 and other applications.
This program has four main features that have endeared it to most people. It has an open source nature and is less demanding especially when it comes to creation of mobile videos. It can be used with portable media players and has been known to provide excellent video resolutions on even smaller display devices. It does have profile feature that can work with almost all home devices. Additionally, it has a high def feature for the ultimate video comprehension with the uppermost high definition resolution quality.
The fact that not all devices can be used with this application means that a distinction is usually made between these devices. Devices with poor support of the application offer restricted capabilities as they do not support the more demanding tools provide by the program. Making this distinction is much easier with the certification program. The program was established to differentiate the different cases of the applications use and scenarios of compatibility of the devices. An Xvid Profile logo means that the product is compatible with the program.