Convert XAVC to AVI for Windows Media Player
If you want to play XAVC videos on Windows Media Player, you need convert Sony XAVC to AVI first, which is compatible with Windows Media Player, and Acrok XAVC Converter is the right tool can help you.
Do you have an XAVC camcorder (such as Sony PXW-Z100) and don’t realize that the camcorder video format is not compatible with Windows Media Player. Do you try to look for an easy and fast way to convert XAVC to AVI so that you could edit them and play them on Windows Media Player. Now there is a perfect XAVC Video Converter, which is an all-in-one XAVC converter tool specially designed to convert sony xavc to avi, wmv, mpg, mov, vob, mpeg, flv, f4v, 3gp, mp4, etc with outstanding quality and super high fast conversion speed. Follow is the step-by-step guide of converting XAVC files to AVI on PC.
How to convert XAVC to AVI for Windows Media Player?
Step 1: Import XAVC files
Click “Add” button to import your XAVC files into the XAVC to AVI Converter.
Step 2: Choose output format
Choose AVI as output format from “Format” dropdown list and specify destination folder in “Output” menu bar. If you want to keep its high definition quality, you can choose HD AVI from HD video catalogue. Or you can choose lossless avi format from lossless raw video. Divx avi and Xvid avi formats from Common Video catalogue are also supported.
Step 3: Start conversion
Click “Convert” button to start xavc to avi conversion. When the whole process is finished, you can get your avi files in output destination folder. Now be free to enjoy your recordings on your PC!
More Tips about XAVC Converter:
Trim/Crop/Effect – supports some special editing functions, like cropping, trimming, adding watermarks (text, video or image), replacing audio, removing interlaces and video noises and so on.
Merge – join or combine multiple sony xavc files into one output file.
3D – Convert 2D XAVC to 3D video for your player
Settings – allows adjusting audio and video parameters, such as bit rate, frame rate, file size, codec, sample rate, etc.
Snapshot – capture the current image in preview window and save in snapshot folder.