AVI stands for Audio Video Interleave, a widely used video file format created by Microsoft in 1992. Native to all Microsoft Windows operating systems, this file format is compatible for synchronized playback of different types of video and audio streams. AVI videos can contain different types of video compression codecs like DivX and XviD and still supported by all the major platforms. It is also lossless compression enabled, making it ideal for storing videos in raw form and for editing applications. This simple yet versatile format is a recognized standard for storing movies and other media archives.
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