How to Convert an AVSEQ to AVI

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An AVSEQ video file can be converted to AVI with a conversion program

AVSEQ is a digital video file type mainly associated with the MPEG-1 video format. AVSEQ files generally have the ".dat" file extension and often must be converted to another video file format in order to be played by many digital video codec players.

AVI (Audio Video Interleave) is a multimedia container file format originally developed by Microsoft. It is a commonly-used digital video playback and editing format.

In order to convert an AVSEQ file to AVI, a conversion program must be used. Many of these programs are available online as free trial downloads.

Things You'll Need

  • AVSEQ file (*.dat)
  • Conversion program
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Instructions

  1. Conversion with FormatFactory 2.20

    • 1

      Download and install FormatFactory 2.20 (see "Resources" below).

    • 2

      Run the conversion program on the desktop. Click the "Task" option in the top menu. Select "Add File." Choose an AVSEQ file for conversion. Click "Add."

    • 3

      Click the "All to AVI" button in the left-hand menu of the main window. Click the "Option" button. Click the "Browse" button in the "Destination:" field. Select a target destination for the converted AVI file. Click "OK."

    • 4

      Click the "Start" button in the center of the main window to begin the conversion process.

    Conversion with CXBSoft AVI Video Converter

    • 5

      Download and install CXBSoft AVI Video Converter (see "Resources"below).

    • 6

      Run the conversion program on the desktop. Click the "To AVI" icon at the top of the main window. Click the "..." button in the "Select Source File" field. Select an AVSEQ file (*.dat) for conversion. Click "Add."

    • 7

      Click the "..." button in the "Choose Output Directory" field. Select a target destination for the converted file. Click "OK."

    • 8

      Click the large "OK" button in the bottom-right corner of the screen to begin the conversion process.

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