How to Convert XviD/Divx to Apple TV
Have a massive collection of movies all in DivX/Xvid format? And want to watch them on Apple TV but don’t know how to do it? Alright, in this article here, I mainly explain how to convert XviD/Divx to Apple TV for smooth playback.
DivX/Xvid becomes more and more popular due to its ability to compress lengthy video segments into small sizes while maintaining relatively high visual quality. But it’s pity that DivX/Xvid files can’t be supported by Apple TV. So you have to convert DivX/Xvid files to Apple TV friendly format. Here, I strongly recommend Wondershare Video Converter ( Video Converter for Mac ). The reason is this app directly offers users an optimized pre-setting for Apple TV. Even if you don’t know what format is the best for Apple TV, you can also do it well in this DivX/Xvid to Apple TV converter. The steps are just three simple clicks. After that, you’re free to enjoy your DivX/Xvid files on the cool, big Apple TV screen.
1 Load DivX/Xvid files to this DivX/Xvid to Apple TV converter
Free download this app, install and launch it. After that, on your computer, open the folder where your DivX/Xvid files are stored, and then directly drag your wanted files from the folder to this program. Or go to "Convert" tab>”Add Files” menu to navigate the folder and import the DivX/Xvid files you want.
2 Select an optimized format for Apple TV
To select the optimized format as the output format, you just click the “Format” icon on the right side, in the popping up window, choose the “Apple TV” option from the "Device">"Apple" category. Both are completely compatible with Apple TV.
If need, you can also change some video effect like brightness, contrast, saturation and more, so that it can play best on Apple TV. See more editing tips from here .
3 Covnert DivX/Xvid to Apple TV
What you need to do is just to click "Convert" button in the lower-right corner of this Video Converter . It’s done. This app can automatically do the rest thing for you. You can have a coffee outside or do other jobs just by letting it run in the background. After conversion, you need to click the appearing "Open Folder" to find the output files and then import to your iTunes for further sync to Apple TV. That’s all.