AVI, also named Audio Video Interleaved, is a file format which combines the audio and video data in a file for synchronous playback purpose. It is mainly used as a container to store TVs, movies and other videos. AVI format was developed by Microsoft in November 1992 and now is commonly used for files transmission and storage of the video and audio tracks. Due to its high compatibility, AVI files are not only supported on Windows system, but also on many other major platforms, such as Mac, Linux, and Unix as well. Likewise, it can be recognized by most media players like VLC player.

Filename Extension: AVI

Category: Video File

Popularity: Popular in use since published

Developer: Microsoft