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    Hi -Can anybody please advise me how I change my .avi files to .swf files so I can put video on my web site please. Thanks in advance!

    Mark
    Mark

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    Originally posted by Mark View Post
    Hi -Can anybody please advise me how I change my .avi files to .swf files so I can put video on my web site please. Thanks in advance!

    Mark
    Download the Flash CS3 demo and use the Flash Video Batch Encoder demo for a month - it uses the On2 (vp6) codec and is amazing.. :-)
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    • #3
      I thing you can use video to flash converter
      http://www.geovid.com/Video_to_Flash_Converter/

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      • #4
        We use and recommend Sorenson Squeeze everyday. The Flash VP6 codec is great and will give you great video quality at small file sizes. With Squeeze you can set up batches or watch folders that will take incoming AVI files and automatically encode to SWF/FLV. When it's done you can have Squeeze automatically FTP it to your site.

        Ashley
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        Ashley Guy
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        • #5
          Next version of Flash Player will support H.264 video + AAC audio!

          You can get the beta now at labs.adobe.com

          Just announced and released (the beta) today.

          Works like a chizzzarm!

          Anyhow, Adobe's encoder is limiting because it can only do 1-pass. On2's Flix can do two pass. I cross between both as necessary (as Adobe's interface is much simpler), but for our workhorse encoding system, we use Flix Engine on Linux.

          Dave

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