Convert Xvid To Nist
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Right click on one or more Xvid file(s) on your desktop and select Convert with Filestar.
Type convert to nist in the search box.
What is the difference between .xvid and .nist?
- National Institute of Standards and Technology
- Video clip or movie encoded using Xvid, an open-source video codec published under the GNU GPL license; compresses video data using MPEG-4 technology; allows for faster data transmission and more efficient storage of video files.
- SPHERE (SPeech HEader Resources) is a file format defined by NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) and is used with speech audio. SoX can read these files when they contain μ-law and PCM data. It will ignore any header information that says the data is compressed using shorten compression and will treat the data as either μ-law or PCM. This will allow SoX and the command line shorten program to be run together using pipes to encompasses the data and then pass the result to SoX for processing.
- .xvid on Wikipedia
- .nist on Wikipedia