Recently, we received feedback from some users. They found some video files in. mvi extension on their computer, but unfortunately, these .mvi video files cannot be opened. From the received MVI sample file, we found that the .mvi video file is a MovieCD video or a PC game video using a video codec called Motion Pixels. It was popular in the late 1990s. Motion Pixels version 1 (MVI1), carried in the custom MVI container format, was used in some single PC games, such as Treasure Quest; while Motion Pixels version 2 (MVI2), stored in the AVI container format, was used in a number Of MovieCDs.
The MVI file referred to in this article refers to the first case. However, due to the lack of the necessary video codec, most players, software, and editing tools cannot directly open this outdated MVI format video, let alone portable devices such as TVs, game consoles, and mobile phones. In order to save you time to download trial video codec pack from third-party downloading sites, and avoid the risk of encountering suspicious programs. Here are two safe and effective solutions for converting MVI to MP4 easily.
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