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  • converting a video to flash

    i have some files that a customer wants to stream on his website, but doesnt want to do it in windows media, but in flash. can i do this in procoder express?
    if so how?

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    Procoder3 can do it to swf and flv but the quality is poor

    so I use Flash Professional 8 for great results
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    Anton Strauss
    Antons Video Productions - Sydney

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    • #3
      You need to have Flash 8 installed in which case it will appear as a Quicktime export plugin.

      There are a bunch of $99 stand alone encoders, but I don't know how good they are.

      bob

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      • #4
        You can use Flashconv (http://www.flashconv.com/FlashConv/). It supports a wide range of video formats and correctly coverts them to flash. Besides, the output file is not so big

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        • #5
          Originally posted by mbdigital89 View Post
          You can use Flashconv (http://www.flashconv.com/FlashConv/). It supports a wide range of video formats and correctly coverts them to flash. Besides, the output file is not so big
          I am quite pleased with the Flash 8 Batch encoder, the quality is excellent - I think the included VP6 codec is about the best there is..
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