How to Play DivX on Xbox One
Have trouble in playing DivX files on Xbox One? Strictly speaking, DivX is not a multimedia container format but a video codec. As a video file, a DivX file is actually a AVI file encoded with DivX codec. Although the official site has announced Xbox One can support AVI with DivX codec, you still find some DivX files fail to play on the device. Probably some video & audio parameter doesn't fit the device. Anyhow, you can resolve this problem easily by Wondershare Video Converter.
Just directly stream your DivX files to Xbox One, even without conversion. The Wondershare Video Converter can let you do this job quickly and easily. You just need to connect your Xbox One with PC and hit the "Stream" button, without doing any other setting manually. This guide below will show you how to stream DivX to Xbox One for smooth playback. The whole process is just a few simple clicks. Before taking action, here's more information about this application.
- Supports up to 150 different file formats, DivX included.
- Media Sever function helps you directly stream DivX videos to Xbox One.
- Other functions like edit, download, author and burn DVDs.
- Superior conversion speed than all the major converters on the market.
Step 1: Load DivX files to this DivX to Xbox One video converter
If your DivX files are at hand, the easiest way to import them is to directly drag them from PC to this program's interface. Alternatively, you can click "Add Files" to import your local DivX files.
Step 2: Select Xbox One as the stream device
This software can automatically detect your Xbox One as the streaming device. You just need to make sure your Xbox One and PC are located in the same network. Then you need to switch to the "Stream" tab, select Xbox One, and hit the Stream button in the bottom right hand corner of the window.
Step 3: Start streaming
In the pop up window, mouse over the video you want to stream and click the "Play To TV" button. After a few seconds, you can start to enjoy your video on the big screen. The streaming window can also be used as a control window, where you can adjust the volume and the playing process or jump to the previous or next episode.