No, this isn't the old crappy "rental" dvd-alike setup, but the movie codec, and it's coming to the PS3 and 360.|
On the Microsoft side of things, there's still questions. The ability to play DivX and XviD videos has been a long-requested feature for Xbox 360 owners, but for many years it seemed as if this feature would never arrive. However, following rumors of XviD-Microsoft deals, DivX CEO Kevin Hell recently hinted at a possible future for his company?s codec on the 360.Both companies want you to use their console to watch video. Me, I use a PC hooked up to the television. It's got a lot more space than either console.