Mumbai: Digital media company DIVX announced that over 200 in-car and in-dash media device models from a variety of manufacturers have received DivX Certification. Thanks to the superior technology of the DivX format, consumers can enjoy their full library of video content in the car, fitting up to six hours of high-quality video on a single DVD.
DivX Certified in-car media players are available from major consumer electronics brands and are licensed to ship from DivX partners to a number of automotive manufacturers including BMW, Mercedes, Volvo, Honda, Saab, Toyota, Ford and more.
"DivX makes it easy for anyone to enjoy a high-quality video experience on any device, and the in-car market is a rapidly growing and increasingly important extension of the consumer media experience," said DivX CEO Kevin Hell. "We’re pleased that DivX is on the way to becoming a checklist feature for in-car video devices in much the same way that we have already become a global standard in the living room and on the PC."
The DivX format lets anyone enjoy high-quality digital video from the PC or the Internet on virtually any device, including DVD players, gaming consoles, mobile phones, digital televisions and more. Major manufacturers including LG, Alpine, Pioneer, Visteon, JVC and Kenwood currently offer over 200 models of DivX Certified in-car and in-dash devices, joining the rapidly growing ecosystem of over 100 million DivX Certified devices that have been shipped around the world.
Products that bear the DivX Certified logo have undergone a rigorous testing program to ensure interoperability, security and visual quality. DivX Certified products enable consumers to create, play and share high-quality video content across a range of devices and platforms.