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Flash Video Conversion?

Discussion in 'Other video questions' started by hallv5, May 1, 2006.

  1. hallv5

    hallv5 Member

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    Is it possible to convert flash video files to another format?
     
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    Ok, I guess I'll ask the obvious question. How and what software would you recommend? Keeping in mind that free is best...
     
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    Well there are freeware flv converter apps. Most I think are using ffmpeg and therefor only support flv files containing Sorenson Spark. Think Super may support VP62. Otherwise Gabest's flv splitter supports VP62 and even includes a working decoder. So AVISynth with directshow source or anything else that supports dshow input should work.
     
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    how about conversion of files like mp3 to swf. does anyone know some good software that will do this? (free software if available)
     
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    I would use Flash. Not free but a 30 day demo is available I think. Basically just import, drop on the timeline and export. Can't see too much point of just an mp3 in a swf file though.

    Your question has nothing to do with the OP's. Next time you might want to start a new thread.
     
  7. abelz22

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    Of course.flash can convert to another format,and video can convert to another format too.
     
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  8. eevol

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    May be this DVD mpeg encoder can help you fix the problems.
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  9. bbrwn

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    yes, it's possible. there are a great amount of software for that purpose. don't know about all of them, i think it's better for you to ask google.. as for me, i'm using flash to video encoder (geovid.com), easy to use and no problems with quality, it has all that i need
     
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  11. Peedy1971

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    Is there a guide of how to convert flash files to avi somewhere around here? I am trying now with the flash-to-video thingy, but the outcome isn't very satisfying (random program crashes, the picture flow of the converted video is everything else but soft and so on....)...

     
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    Buh bye. I asked you to remove it not argue with me about it.
     
  15. Peedy1971

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    Well my problem is this: I tried two different encoders: the first one named SUPER(C) (freeware) encodes flash to AVI normally fine - but some encoded files have green/red dots/lines at the bottom, and over the picture lies some blue and yellow "shadow picture" which hangs halfway to the left (i.e. when there is a logo at the top left, there will be a blue or yellow counterpart clear visible on the right)..

    The second proggy (flash-to-video / shareware) seems to erase the problem above, but there the encoded file is a video that has anything but a smooth video-flow. This is the result of the fact that FtV encodes files in realtime, which requires almost new hardware that won't be ownable for me until christmas...
     
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