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Flash this - convert WMV, AVI, MPG to SWF or FLV

Notes from ClifNotes, Mar 2008, permalink Video Encoders/Converter


I tried this program a few days ago. It is very fast at creating FLV or Flash files for use in publishing movies on the web. There are no settings to mess with, it works well and it's free. If you are a webmaster with limited funds, this might be a good tool for you. On the other hand, it does seem to use a default bandwidth and you'll see some degradation from an original movie in some cases. You may want to look at Free Video To Flash Converter if you'd like more options.


Before you download it and install it, I should probably let you know that there are simpler alternatives to using this program. Most video hosting websites, like YouTube or Fliqz, will automatically convert those movies for you and generate embeddable HTML code for you. In this case, there is no need to install any software, but you may need to register at the hosting sites to use their services.


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Quote from the website

If you're like me - you've spent hours surfing the net looking for a simple to use, software program that converts WMV, AVI and MPEG's to FLV or SWF (flash). Well.. surly there's one out there but we couldn't find it so we rolled our own: it's a "one trick pony", so to speak, but it does it's job well!


Has been tested to be compatible with Windows 98, 98SE, ME, 2000, XP & Vista (not tested on Vista 64-bit).