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New DVD to AVI Converter Released by Oregon-Based Tech Company


Eugene, OR -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/03/2014 -- DVD is still default technology when it comes to cd technology, as it's preferred by many direct to video media options for home technology use due to its greater flexibility, durability and storage. AVI on the other hand is Microsoft's own container format, that leads its own segment of the market. The new and free DVD to AVI converter technology released by Software Development Resource can help out those wanting to cross the bridge over this two format giants.

DVD Viewing Without the CD, Made Easy

The clear advantage of DVD is bigger storage while maintaining the native dimensions the CD has been known for [the round disc].

The first DVD had a 1 GB capacity and current ones in use today can store as much 15 GB amount of video data. Obviously the unification of just one format became a big convenience for audio and home entertainment purposes, especially in the USA where the Hollywood directly drives the economy of sale for these types of commodity.

The landmark unification was also unprecedented as consumer tech giants including Toshiba, Sony, and Philips agreed to a single format [not on the separate two that these camps have previously fought about]. The timely intervention of IBM, Apple, Microsoft and other software-hardware giants made it possible for the reconciliation and birth of a more capable, single-sided disc now called the Universal Disk Format.

On the other hand, the landscape of home viewing has drastically changed from the first year DVDs were introduced in 1995 and the current year. Just barely 10 years after it was introduced, most households now enjoy watching things digitally or through online streaming – think Netflix era as compared to the traditional cable options which many Americans now consider very costly.

Many avid movie fans now enjoy digital content without the need for a CD. AVI file format is the current bearer of Microsoft's digital container formats and given their ubiquity in the market share, it's hard to resist a program that can handle both prominent file types. SDR's free dvd to to AVI converter can perform this without hassle.

About Software Development Resource
Their team of talented software engineers, programmers and developers have a combined experience of 30 years in the industry. They started as a small shop and quickly grew to now include team members from around the world. They believe that showcasing their talent with the introduction of free useful software programs is a way to help the community and increase their productivity. SDR offers custom software solutions to streamline businesses.

Steven Coluido
243 Peach Drive, Oregon USA