DivX is a digital video format that was developed by DivX Networks Inc. The DivX file format has found application in order to store high-resolution video after these files are compressed to a certain percentage of their initial size. At the same time, there is no need to talk about quality loss. When certain codecs are used, the files have a resolution of up to 1080 pixels. Moreover, they are able to occupy disk space up to 1 GB. DIVX files are media containers. They use audio and video codecs in order to increase compression efficiency, as well as in order to play data enclosed in a file of this format. There are two types of codecs used. In order to play .divx files, you need a DivX decompressor. DivX decompressors are included in most kits and packages. Many major media players have their own DivX support. DivX video files are also played by many hardware players. The lion's share of multimedia players can recognize the DIVX file type and open correctly to play .divx files. Only occasionally do you have to change the extension to .avi.
WAV (or WAVE) is actually the first full-fledged audio format with good sound quality. It was developed quite a few years ago by the joint efforts of Microsoft and IBM. Sometimes this format is even called “Audio for Windows,” because it is the standard for storing audio stream for a traditional Windows desktop computer. Full name - Wave Audio File Format. The short name is derived from the English word wave ("wave"). The peculiarity of this format of digitized audio stream is the lack of compression. WAV files take up too much space, but it is ideal for storing high quality files in their original form.