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DivX Doctor II updates DivX .avi videos to 3ivx QuickTime (.mov) videos. After the conversion you will be able to play the video smoothly, and the audio glitches inherrant in the AVI format will be fixed. The conversion is fast.
How Do I Do This?
Download the 3ivx D4 codec from http://www.3ivx.com, if you're using Mac OS X install both the OS9 codec and the OSX codec, as per directions.
Download a WMA codec (see http://doctor.3ivx.com for links), currently there is only a Mac OS 9 codec available, you should install it.
Open the DivX Doctor II application, drag your avi into the application window, press start...
If the DivX Doctor II beeps at you then the file was not an AVI
When the DivX Doctor II has finished Doctoring the AVI you can open the Doctored movie in QuickTime Player (or whatever media player you prefer) and view it, providing you've installed the 3ivx D4 codec.
DivX-Doctor-II.sit (273.8 KiB / 280.37 KB)
DivX Doctor II v2.1 / compressed w/ Stuffit
At least 4.2MB of free RAM (recommended 8MB)
Mac OS 8.6 - Mac OS 9.2.2 - Mac OS X
QuickTime 4 or later
Emulating this? It should run fine under: SheepShaver