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    Convert FLV files

    Hello,

    anyone knows a way to convert a flv video into another format like avi, mpg or mov ?

    I try to search but find nothing interesting. Maybe I'm not looking for the right way.

    I hope someone could help me.

    Thanks in advance

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    There's a program called FLV encoder that will let you convert into mpg or avi just by changing the extension while typing in or editing the title of the destination video file within the program. The installed files include ffmpeg.exe, which converts to and from the .flv format and can be used directly from a command window.

    However, some flash 8 .flv files will not be converted thanks to the On2 VP6 video codec - demanding a licence of $10000 has prevented the open source market developing converters for files using it...

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    thanks for the tip I will try this. I will tell you if it works

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    Finally I tried with this freeware SUPER v2006.build.17 (you can dl it here). This program can convert a lot of different format and it's very simple to use.

    And you can find a presentation here

    It works but not with every FLV files. Maybe it depends if they were converted with the On2 VP6 video codec or not....

    Thanks anyway for your help.

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    hey, wanna advice you Flash to Video Encoder which i`m currently using (be4 starting an online service with the same converter working online at www.vidflash.com with following web casting)
    works great. i think this will be working online soon

    good luck!

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    find software on http://www.moyea.com, there may be a software can help you.

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    me too using that geovid tool
    very simple and the quality is very good

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    Moyea Software just released Moyea Flash to Video Converter.

    Everyone can try it.

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    i`ve compared these tools mentioned by moyea and nukacola, and in my opinion geovid tool is better in some ways, due to it`s easiness and quality.

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    Talking

    Wow! thank you JMCC!!
    glad I can help!
    well what is connected with vidflash I can say that its still in development so far and I asked the developers they will start a vip service, but a bit later

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    You can use this flv to video converter, get it at http://www.flash-video-mx.com/flv_to_video_web/

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    I use iSquint (Macintosh)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennedys_fr View Post
    Finally I tried with this freeware SUPER v2006.build.17 (you can dl it here). This program can convert a lot of different format and it's very simple to use.

    And you can find a presentation here

    It works but not with every FLV files. Maybe it depends if they were converted with the On2 VP6 video codec or not....

    Thanks anyway for your help.
    Has anyone tried this one?

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    I've tried it once. I won't call it simple but works OK.

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