Aviosoft Video Converter is the best ASF AVI converter.
Aviosoft Video Converter, a powerful ASF to AVI converter, offers edit tools to tailor files. You could change video/audio output settings. Its conversion speed is above the average. With an user-friendly interface, it makes ASF to AVI conversion steps so clear as 1-2-3-4-5.
Step 1: Press “Add File(s)” to add ASF files. Batch conversions are supported!
Step 2: Press “Profile” drop-down list to select “Common Video-XVID(AVI) ” or “HD Video-AVI” as the output format. And Archos/BlackBerry AVI formats are supplied for choice.
Step 3: Press “Output-Browse” to choose a folder for keeping the converted AVI files.
Step 4: Press “Setting” or “Edit” to modify video. In the setting interface, you could change frame rate, bitrates, sample rate, channel. You can choose clip/crop/watermark/subtitle/merge/slideshow in the Edit menu.
Step 5: Press “Start” to convert ASF to AVI.
Aviosoft Video Converter, a professional and amazing Converter, converts almost all input format to XVID(AVI), MP4, 3GP, ASF, HD Video(AVI/MP4/MPG). With Video Converter you can convert any audio files to MP3/MP2/AAC/AC3 format or extract audio from video and convert them to MP3/MP2/AAC/AC3 format.
What is ASF?
The Advanced Systems Format (ASF) is the file format used by Windows Media. Audio and/or Video content compressed with a wide variety of codecs can be stored in an ASF file and played back with the Windows Media Player (provided the appropriate codecs are installed), streamed with Windows Media Services or optionally packaged with Windows Media Rights Manager. ASF is an extensible file format designed to store synchronized multimedia data.
What is AVI?
AVI stands for Audio Video Interleave. This is a container video format that specifies certain structure how the audio and video streams should be stored within the file. AVI itself doesn’t specify how it should be encoded (just like the streaming format ASF), so the audio/video can be stored in very various ways. Most commonly used video codecs that use AVI structure are M-JPEG and DivX. AVI contains code called FourCC which tells what codec it is encoded with.