If you’ve read lots of related discussions and still nothing has worked for you to crop Xvid files, you’ll be excited by the solution written in this article. The simple and practical application shared here can absolutely let you finish your project very perfectly. Check ways to crop other video files like MP4 here.
That’s Wondershare Filmora (Filmroa for Mac)(Originally Wondershare Video Editor for Mac), an intelligent video cropping tool. It’s able to work with XviD encoded files (eg, Xvid in AVI) very well. Just feel free to drag a resizable rectangle to select any area of the Xvid video, so you can crop the black bars in the file or fit your small-screen device, or just focus on some area you want. Below is a step-by-step tutorial to show you how to crop Xvid files without reencoding it.
1 Import Xvid videos to this Xvid cropper
Double click this app’s desk icon to launch it. Choose“16:9 Widescreen” or “4:3 Standard” option to enter its main interface. Next, import your wanted Xvid files from the computer to this Xvid cropper. To do it, just click the “Import” option in the top-left corner of the interface to browse and load your local Xvid videos or drag and drop the target files from the folder to this app. After that, drag one of your Xvid videos from this app’s the album to the Timeline.
2 Crop Xvid files
Double click the Xvid file on the Timeline and then click the “Crop” button at the bottom of the video editing panel, or you just right click the file and then choose “Crop” option from the submenu.
Do you see a dashed rectangle on the left preview window? After you press the “Play” button, you can drag and move any one corner of the dashed rectangle to select any video area at will. And you can see the real-time effect in the right preview window. If you don’t satisfy the effect, just do the job again. If you’re satisfied, just click “Ok” to save the setting. It’s very easy and convenient to crop video, isn’t it?
3 Save the new files
At last, just click the “Create” button to export the new Xvid file. In the pop-up window, go to the “Format” category and elect AVI as the output format. Then in the Advanced settings at the bottom, tick Xvid as its encoder. Note that XviD, as a file type, is actually an AVI file with XviD encoded.
Watch the video below to check more detials of cropping video.