H.265 is an advanced video compression method that has got increasing popularity on the Internet. By comparison, it can achieve 25% to 50% higher data compression ratio than the mainstream video coding method, H.264 AVC, at the same video quality. AVI, on the other hand, is a rather old video container format. Although it can contain different video codecs to store video data, AVI usually adopts less efficient video compression approaches, which results in large video file size.
When faced with large videos file size, converting AVI to a video with H.265 codec is surely a solution to reduce video file size greatly. How to convert AVI to H.265? Here is an easy H.265 HEVC video converter for you.
HD Video Converter Factory Pro is a specialized and easy video converter for Windows, which helps you convert between various video and audio formats and offers advanced options. After you downloaddownload the converter on your PC, you can follow the instruction below to achieve the conversion in the easiest way.
Start WonderFox HD Video Converter Factory Pro, select Converter on the main interface.
Click +Add Files on the top left corner, locate and select your videos, and click Open.
The other way to add file source is to drag and drop them into the Video Converter interface.
Click the format icon on the right side, go to Video, and select H.265 for MP4.
Compared with AVI, MP4 has the best compatibility with all sorts of devices and platforms, so you can convert AVI to MP4 using H.265 codec.
Click the triangle icon on the bottom to specify an output path for saving the converted H.265 files. After that, click Run.
WonderFox HD Video Converter Factory Pro supports batch conversion of multiple videos. A new window will pop up when the conversion process finishes. Click the Open icon to check out the files.
WonderFox HD Video Converter Factory Pro can help you accomplish more purposes besides the AVI to H.265 conversion. You can also use it to do many other conversion tasks, such as DAV to MP4, MKV to MP4, H.264 to MP4, and so forth, based upon its support for virtually all video inputs, and over 500 output formats and optimized presets for various devices and platforms.