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Giveaway of the day — Video to Flash Converter

Video to Flash converter quickly and easily converts your digital video to the SWF Flash or FLV format.
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Video to Flash Converter was available as a giveaway on February 13, 2009!

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Video to Flash converter quickly and easily converts your digital video to the SWF Flash or FLV format. The program has a simple and intuitive interface and has a built-in Flash player and an HTML generator. You will not need any special software, codecs or knowledge to be able to work with Video to Flash converter. Just drag and drop the file you want to convert onto the program window, select the output format and click Start Conversion.

System Requirements:

MS Windows 9x/Me/NT/2000/XP/2003/Vista

Publisher:

MediaVigor Software

Homepage:

http://www.mediavigor.com/video-to-flash.htm

File Size:

4.39 MB

Price:

$29.95

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Having no problems with it on Vista 64 bit
Finally a software company thinking of us with top end computers
Thank You

Reply   |   Comment by James0622  –  6 years ago
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Will not run on Vista 64 bit
I wish they would tell you this before installing it.

Reply   |   Comment by James0622  –  6 years ago
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installed ok but didn't convert .mov files I had

Reply   |   Comment by opirnia  –  6 years ago
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#58, lostinlodos,

How did you manage to extract the sound at 44KHz 96kbs?
Using the Fortop recommended by Blue Sam, I extracted the file at 22.1KHz 16bits.

You must be using a more sophisticated software to do the extraction.

Reply   |   Comment by Lu Hulu  –  6 years ago
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#60, Blue Sam,
Wow!!! You nailed it. I am going to download Fortop!!!

ALL, By the way, do you know if Audacity or any software that can loop an audio file to play a number of times?

Reply   |   Comment by Lu Hulu  –  6 years ago
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#58, lostinlodos,

Many thanks!!!!!
Not sure what Sound 1 is as it is much softer than Sound 2.
Sound 2 is loud and sounds like the sound I am after.

Sound 2 (record001.mp3) is 351Kb. Can you help to loop it 50 times for me. Appreciate your effort very much. GAOTD is such a wonderful site that I come to almost everyday for there are so many knowledgeable and nice people here.

Thanks again!!!!!

Reply   |   Comment by Lu Hulu  –  6 years ago
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Thanks for this GOATD. It works great on my computer. Thumbs up!

These naysayers who always complain about everything are annoying. Especially those who claim that the giveaways are too expensive. Come on people! It's free for today.

Sometimes it seems like this blog is populated by a bunch of Dwight Schrutes. Get over it! I am glad to be able to get programs here - a highlight of my day.

Reply   |   Comment by Michael  –  6 years ago
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Linda (#39), try DVDFlick for converting videos into DVD. DVDFlick is freeware.

Reply   |   Comment by Blackstickman  –  6 years ago
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Geezz are people still writing new applications with VB6? At least this one isn't yet another wrapper for ffmpeg.exe Looks like its wrapping Turbine Video Engine SDK from Blue Pacific Software

Reply   |   Comment by YourNameHere  –  6 years ago
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Some clarification for Daisy Chain's post in # 25 might be in order. Though it may be free standing in terms of registration, it shouldn't be thought of as a standalone. It places files in different folders on your system and adds registry entries.

One thing I think is cheesy: it adds an internet link to their purchasing page. If I want it, I can find it. Don't clutter my desktop.

Did some rudimentary testing and have to say I'll likely uninstall and give it a thumbs down. Converted a 3 meg avi and a 120K and about 600K wmv to both flv and swf and the conversion's were as expected. Didnt' take too long, quality was not a revelation but was reasonable, size was as expected. Unsurprisingly, no audio sync problems.

However, the deal breaker was 100% usage on my dual core, 2.1 GHZ CPU.
I don't really do conversions, so I understand this isn't unheard of, but if a better alternative can be found.... And I suspect it can. Without hacking down and lowering the process priority, it means I probably couldn't multi-task. It might go into the background automatically didn't try it, but I'd rather use one that didn't put that much strain on my CPU in the first place. And, I'm having a little trouble with the overheat protection in my machine. Another reason to want a lower CPU footprint. I've got to assume that a lower processing load software is out there.

Reply   |   Comment by watcher13  –  6 years ago
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#12 (nameless)
What does "Not too slow in converting" mean? Compared to/with ....? Too slow in converting audio..? or video.....? or both.

Why bother? All you do is take up space with empty comment, after boring comment, after worthless comment.......

Reply   |   Comment by Dolly does Dallas  –  6 years ago
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I downloaded, installed it and ran it on my 720p format .mov files. It runs but at the end of conversion crashes. The converted .flv is playable but it is full of jerks and breaks. Looks like it does not support HD. Uninstalled it.

Reply   |   Comment by Car Man  –  6 years ago
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Why in the world would someone want to convert any good video file to swf? Converting to FLV: Too many free converters do this. No thanks.

Reply   |   Comment by Shilar  –  6 years ago
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Lu Hulu and Ashraf --


Yes, I've tried both methods, with no success. Changing to a
gif destroys the subtlety of the colors (among other problems),
and using Windows Movie Maker required too much work. I need
a program that will take a batch file of 100 or more .BMP images
and make them into a video "quickly and easily," because I have
1000's of BMP's I'll be working with.

However, my methods *were* a bit different than the one you
described, so I'll take a 2nd look and see if your idea will
work. I still think it'll be too slow and laborious for my
needs, but if I can make it work, you've got the $100.

(Unless, of course, somebody else comes up with something
even better... LOL)


Thanks to both of you,


Garfey

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Reply   |   Comment by Garfey B.  –  6 years ago
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I love the simplicity of the software and the "FLV media player" that is supplied with the application which is simple, small footprint and has no embedded advertising or "product promotion"

Sadly, any FLV or SWF files generated with the application failed to play with the inbuilt player or anything external, one file had picture but sound was just "pink noise" like a radio station off tune.

I tried 7 files with 14 runs (SWF and FLV types) and had different results on each from
"unable to convert, no audio/video data" (MOV/MP4 h264)
Generating a 96Kb dead file (MPEG2 DVD)
The video ok but only noise in the sound. (MPEG1)


Like the concept but thumbs down as I simply could not get it to work, maybe I did something wrong but it seems just glitchy. I did get a great Flash media player from it however which will be put to use.

Reply   |   Comment by anton  –  6 years ago
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I really like Video to Flash's very simple interface! Input file here, output file there. GO! even settings are in an optional box at bottom left. NICE INTERFACE!
Follows KISS principle (Keep It Simple Stupid!)

Reply   |   Comment by John C  –  6 years ago
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Just over one year ago AVS Video to Flash was given away here. Today I started AVS & found that it had reverted to a demo version, even though I registered it with GAOTD key last year. I guess AVS was only a "one year" trial, so I will download Video to Flash & use it instead now.
AVS was playing tricks with us. So, I appreciate a replacement!! Let's hope it is not another 1 year trial.

Reply   |   Comment by John C  –  6 years ago
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well this is almost what i needed but not what i was looking for i was looking for a program that can convert jped of gif pictures to flash if you GAOTD can get a software like that i would really appreciate it thanks

Reply   |   Comment by unknown  –  6 years ago
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HOW TO EXTRACT FILES FROM SWF
(Boy, you really made me work on this one.)

Use the freeware program "Fortop SWF Resources Extractor" to extract audio, images (png, jpeg, etc) from SWF fies

1. Install the freeware program
2. Open "Fortop SWF Resources Extractor"
3. Open the SWF file (all internal files revealed)
4. Highlight MP3 file and click "Extract"

I'm glad you asked the question. Now I have a great utility for extracting audio, images, etc form SWF files.

Just Google "Fortop SWF Resources Extractor"

http://www.fortop-digital.com/download/ftswfresextractor.zip
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Reply   |   Comment by Blue Sam  –  6 years ago
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That was for #49 and #50, Not #29 and #30 btw. sorry.

Reply   |   Comment by lostinlodos  –  6 years ago
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#29/#30 Lu Hulu
Here's the raw dump of the audio Fla scripts in MPEG-3 format at 44k 96Kbs.
From the action script, it states that the background audio file is on a continuous loop.
Sound 1 is all sounds in a single file. You can use something like Audacity for cutting out the pieces you want.

http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=c60663691566e3dbd9d5c56d04dfa8b0e04e75f6e8ebb871

File 2 is just the background audio you can use for creating a loop. If you want I can set it to loop a set number of times for you to create a full length audio file if you would like that as well.
http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=c60663691566e3dbd9d5c56d04dfa8b0e04e75f6e8ebb871

Reply   |   Comment by lostinlodos  –  6 years ago
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#51 Garfey

Easy =)

Use Windows Movie Maker to create your video with your images. Save it and publish it into WMV format (File - Publish Movie -> “Where do you want to publish your movie?” -> “This Computer”). Then use FormatFactory to convert WMV -> SWF or FLV.

Now can I have the $100 bucks you would have spent on buying software to do that? =D

Ashraf

Reply   |   Comment by Ashraf  –  6 years ago
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#51, have you tried converting BMP to Gif first, then convert it to flv or swf?

Reply   |   Comment by Lu Hulu  –  6 years ago
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#51

Easy =)

Use Windows Movie Maker to create your video with your images. Save it and publish it into WMV format (File - Publish Movie -> "Where do you want to publish your movie?" -> "This Computer"). Then use FormatFactory to convert WMV -> SWF or FLV.

Now can I have the $100 bucks you would have spent on buying software to do that? =D

Ashraf

Reply   |   Comment by Ashraf  –  6 years ago
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Just this morning I looked over this offer and decided I didn't need it. Now I rushed to the computer to download it before I forgot - I just realized that indeed it's going to be super useful. It's simple and easy to use, it'll do a perfect job. Thanks GOTD!

Reply   |   Comment by Tibby  –  6 years ago
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mike,

Yes I understand there are many different codecs and types of each video format. I stated that fully when I mentioned the con of the program not being able to convert my videos in the full review =)

As for the flash video player, I agree with you there are many services out there that can take over for that.

But, for both of the things I just mentioned above, this program is supposed to specialize in converting to flash videos. At the very least it can make everything work.

Reply   |   Comment by Ashraf  –  6 years ago
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Format Factory is better

Reply   |   Comment by Matthew  –  6 years ago
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#21 asked:

"Hey guys, anyone knows of a SWF to MP3 converter?
Besides MP3, it can also be OGG or other audio formats."


Since "conversion" is the theme of the day, I'd be grateful
beyond words if anyone knew of any way I could convert .BMP
images into an .FLV or .SWF video.


I have been looking for something that will do this for 2
years! (I know it must exist somewhere, aside from my having
to spend $500+ and buy Flash software.)


I don't mind paying up to $100 if I can't find a FREE version.


I've almost exhausted my brain cells trying to find such a
program -- please forgive my intrusion with this question, I
assure you it is borne of desperation.


Thanks for letting me rant, and thank you GAOTD for all of
your fine free software.


Garfey


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Reply   |   Comment by Garfey B.  –  6 years ago
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Regarding the audio file at http://visualmessenger.com, if anyone can tell me the title and publisher, I will most certainly appreciate it.
I am utterly hitched by the audio. :)

Reply   |   Comment by Lu Hulu  –  6 years ago
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#29 Daisy,

Thanks for your response. I had tried without success to convert the SWF file I have using Format Factory.

This is the site where you can hear the audio of the SWF file:
http://visualmessenger.com/

This is the SWF file from the site which I had downloaded and wanted to extract the audio out.
http://www.mediafire.com/?gzyz5zgrdcx

If anyone can recommend me a SWF to any audio format converter, I would be most appreciative.

Better still, if you can convert it for me and upload to a file-share site, I can download from there and most appreciative of your effort.

Thanks.

Reply   |   Comment by Lu Hulu  –  6 years ago
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Downloaded and installed:
Windows
x32 works great. Does what it says

IA64 works, with hiccups but output is good. Long delays on IA platform when booting, prior to transcoding, and after transcoding completion. residual service must be manually closed.

x64 USERS MUST NOTE.
This works with the 32-bit codecs and overlays. If you have installed only one of the x64 codec-media packages you won't be able to use this. Not tested past the bootup since I have very few 32-bit codecs on the x64 machines.

Wine
Installs, boots, and runs with little issue. Requires non-standard dependencies. For D based linux add the Debian repository to app-get and let it auto install your dependencies.
You may want to install the Cloud-9 codec package as well. It's old and outdated but works with 100% efficiency.

Does NOT support ESF (Encapsulated Shockwave Flash) in or out.

Reply   |   Comment by lostinlodos  –  6 years ago
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Sorry GAOTD, Super is a more featured converter and free!

Reply   |   Comment by Ash  –  6 years ago
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Gosh!!

Another converter....

Well at least it's not a repeat...LOL!!




BETTER FREEWARE ALTERNATIVES:


- FormatFactory
- Super



Another great and easy way to convert any IMAGE, DOC, MUSIC and VIDEO FORMAT (so not just videos to SWF Flash or FLV format) into whatever else file format you like, without installing any program on your PC, is to use FREE ONLINE FILE COVERTER SERVICES, such as ZAMZAR and MEDIA CONVERT:

http://www.zamzar.com/

Maximum File Size: 100MB
Download Converted Files link sent via email
Output Format: 53


http://media-convert.com/

Maximum File Size: 150MB
Immediate Download Converted Files
Output Format: 179




Finally if you want to convert a VIDEO FLV in POWERPOINT see also:

http://www.sameshow.com/ppt2flash/how-to-insert-flv-to-powerpoint.html#110



And to convert a POWEPOINT FILE into a VIDEO FLV, "iSpring" is definetely the best OPTION for this.


http://www.ispringsolutions.com/


Did I mention that it's FREE?? LOL!!


Enjoy!!



Cheers from Italy!!

Giovanni

Reply   |   Comment by giovi69  –  6 years ago
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#21: "anyone knows of a SWF to MP3 converter?"
Hit up videohelp.com, including forums... One way is to try FLV_Extract -- a simple & free drag/drop program that works similarly to Video to Flash Converter. When I've used it the audio was saved as mp3, because that was what was in the flash file, but then you can use whatever to convert to your choice of format.

* * *
#24: "converts flash to mp4 or video for the Zune"

Good Luck... I've had problems getting anything using mp4/h264 & aac to work every time with good audio on a Zune. I've also experienced some problems with audio from flv being the wrong length, so it's out of sync. Videohelp.com has some converters with Zune templates, many of the previous GOTD converters included Zune templates, & there's always the slower but more reliable wmv encoder from Microsoft.

Last time I did it I used FLV_Extract to get the mp3, & then used AviSynth to open the flv video file in VirtualDub, resizing the video (need dimensions divisible by 16) & combining it with the mp3. Then I imported the result into one of the GOTD converters. [Notes: Getting the mp3 separately was the only way the mp3 was the correct length. With AviSynth you create a text file with a one line script, then open that file, renamed with the avs extension, in V/Dub. With the FFMpegSource.dll filter in the AviSynth plugin folder, you can try "FFMpegSource("YourFileName.flv")", or you can look up the more complicated DirectShowSource.dll. Use your actual file name instead of YourFileName.flv.]

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  6 years ago
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Too many programs convert anything to flash. Like this one. Where are the programs that convert flash to anything else?!!! Especially to a non-divx DV AVI format that you can edit with?!!! BOO!

Reply   |   Comment by matt headley  –  6 years ago
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#1: "not another convertor!"

Actually it's been quite a while, & some of us are glad that Video to Flash Converter was offered. I don't recall anyone being impolite enough to complain "not another PIM" or "Not another screensaver tool" or...

* * *
#5 & others: RE: Super...
It's an excellent program, but please everyone, be warned -- Super is a front end (GUI) using popular free-ware &/or open source code, including codecs (coder/decoder software) *that it installs*. Installing Super can break your existing software because of this, very easily, just like installing a codec pack.

* * *
#12: Ashraff, if it helps at all...
"“With Flash Player” (built in SWF flash movie controls) is buggy."
A legitimate CON, there are many alternatives -- free web players you can use -- so if you like Video to Flash Converter, just output flv & use one of those.

"Some of my video files are not converted."

A problem with a lot of video, there are so many flavors & variations that no one program handles every one of them [Super makes a good try, because it's not *1* program, but several bundled together with a common GUI]. While more involved, a pro fix is to use AviSynth, often along with VirtualDub to do any editing, resizing, etc. to avi using a codec Video to Flash Converter likes [since avi is just a container, it's the codec/codec type that's important] -- mjpeg codecs are an old standard for this sort of intermediary.

A simpler alternative, use AviSynth + VFAPI -> using that combo you should be able to feed Video to Flash Converter almost every kind of video file there is.

* * *
#14: Ashraff: Again in case it helps...

"occurred to me that MPG and MPEG are essentially the same thing."

Again there are loads of flavors for just about any video type available -- it's far less standardized than you might think. I mention that because changing filename extensions may/may not work every time. Anyway, mpg can mean mpg1 or 2 or even 4, & can work for files with mpeg, m2v, vob etc... It depends on the file & the software and can work because the developer either forgot to include file extensions, or because it doesn't work every time, they didn't want complaints. You can try renaming extensions any time any program won't allow you to open/import a video file, & you can often even get it wrong, because all you may need to do is get the file past the program's initial filters -- then the program can look at the actual file contents.

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  6 years ago
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FLASH is 'not' the most popular video format for keeping personal vids

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  6 years ago
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Why do so many clowns recommend the AWFUL "Super" video converter? There is nothing "super" about "super." It gums up your computer and is a total mess. The only thing you'll enjoy about it is removing it...if you can. When someone recommends "super" it PROVES they don't know what they're talking about!

Reply   |   Comment by zotter  –  6 years ago
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Well, nice idea, but won't work with any of the .mov files I've got. It keeps saying "Error Encoding: Nothing to encode (no video and no audio). I know these files work in quicktime, but no bueno. Is anyone else having the same problem?

Reply   |   Comment by Roger  –  6 years ago
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I am needing a program that will convert MPEG movies to a file type that can be played on a regular DVD recorder.

Does anyone know if this will do that?

Reply   |   Comment by Linda  –  6 years ago
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In case #2 doesn't understand and is, in fact, being serious the program is free for today and does not need to be purchased, the site gives away a piece of software you would ordinarily have to buy for free so long as you download and install it on the day. Today's software does not need to be bought from MediaVigor, it can be downloaded from the GOTD download link which today is http://www.giveawayoftheday.com/download/?id=5007

Reply   |   Comment by Mark  –  6 years ago
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No .m2ts support, so no d/l.

Try Prism from NCH (a previous GAOTD). Way better (faster) than Total.

Thanks anyway GAOTD.

Ric.

Reply   |   Comment by giv_meabreak  –  6 years ago
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Video to Flash Converter is a good fit, a nice tool for anyone wanting to convert video to the Flash format, but not wanting to fool with (or learn to fool with) more complicated alternatives. IMHO its best feature is its simplicity.

While you have to pay for the official Flash software encoder, there are loads of free alternatives -- just Google, or visit videohelp.com or doom9.org for a good selection with reviews and decent forums. Most all of the non-official encoders use the same basic code libraries etc., so quality is going to be pretty close if not identical... differences are in the interface, what they'll accept as input, & any modding of your input video file prior to encoding (re-sizing etc). For highest quality however, you're better off doing that work, often in something like the free VirtualDub video editor, before importing into any encoding software [this also takes care of any format incompatibilities]. For a long time the Riva Encoder was the only alternative, &some of it's popularity comes from being the 1st.

Flash video playback -- playing flv format video files -- is handled by special media players that run in Windows (or MAC or *nix). For web viewing, players are included in the web page -- officially you use Adobe's Flash software to design & build your own, but many free players are available, so Google. You can certainly use the player included with Video to Flash Converter, but Flowplayer [flowplayer.org] & the JW Player [longtailvideo.com] are more popular.

Tip:
As with anything video, you're better off deciding what you want to do with your video 1st, then working backwards. If you just want Flash video on-line as quickly & easily as possible, please check out Video to Flash Converter. If you want the highest quality on YouTube, Google for tutorials where (probably starting with Riva) you can try and game YouTube's encoding system.

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  6 years ago
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Agreed -

- for ONLINE conversion - it's ZAMZAR.COM

Also keep in mind that FLASH is 'not' the most
popular format to save for personal videos, unless it's from YouTube

..all of YouTibe's videos to rip are already in flash - regardless

Reply   |   Comment by Mark Waller  –  6 years ago
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I have XP SP 3, installed fine, but converting mp4 movies it crashes at the end and I can only see the htm file. My players can not show the converted movie in flv or swf. Anybody has the same problem? I like the program, because it´s easy to use but it seems still buggy. What is wrong?

Reply   |   Comment by Hans  –  6 years ago
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I tryed once but seems to be deleated # 21 Format Factory Is free and converts just about all. If your file dose not apear just change supported files to all files and it works great. have not found a file it can not handel. you and go here and get it or more information http://fellhauersfreebies.com/vudio.aspx

Reply   |   Comment by John  –  6 years ago
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It crashes on my machine upon completing a conversion. But it does do what it's supposed to do. Nice and easy interface, straight to the point utility. It would be nice if there was a portable version, it's the kind of proggie i would keep in my USB stick for when the need to convert a file arises. Anyhee, aside from the fact that it crashes on me every time it completes a conversion, its a decent little utility.

Reply   |   Comment by ibis  –  6 years ago
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http://www.zamzar.com/ ForTheWin!

Reply   |   Comment by MtnVision  –  6 years ago
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VIDEO to FLASH converter now is available for purchase

Reply   |   Comment by incognito  –  6 years ago
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Lu Hulu, use the link to the developers site because the download link in the freeware section is dead:

http://www.formatoz.com/

The site is given a green rating by WOT.

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