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Old 10-20-2007, 04:47   #1 (permalink)
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Thumbs up How to create your favorite Flash video

The other day, I stumbled across a wonderful Video to Flash software: Flash Video MX. Firstly, I was attracted by the succinct and friendly interface. Then downloaded it and found this software quickly converts different video formats into high-quality Flash Video (FLV). Meanwhile, this Flash encoder is also a good Video to SWF Converter. It can convert video to Flash by creating a Flash Video player (SWF file) for the generated FLV file. It also provides various playback skins with different styles for the SWF file, and automatically creates an HTML page to display the SWF file. A powerful tool! Herewith post the guide to share with friends, hope it do you a favor!

Step1: Load the video file

Click the folder on the right end of “Input Video” frame, and select your targeted video file to convert.



Step2: Trim the video

Drag the bar on “Start Time” and on “Finishing Time” to trim away those unwanted video clips. You can also click buttons “MS” and “MF” to trim the video while it is playing in the preview panel.



Tips:
1) You can refer to ‘Movie Properties’ to view the original information of the source video and change the video to proper settings.
2) Click the Thumbnail button and you can generate a thumbnail image for the output Flash video. If want to view the thumbnail image the right section of the interface, double-click the image, then pop up a window for you to adjust the settings.



Step 3: Crop the video

Click the ‘Crop’ button and it pops up the following window for you to crop away the unwanted areas of the video. Alernatively, you can directly drag the dotted frame manually to crop the video.



Step 4, File Settings

When above all well prepared, click ‘Next’ button to ‘select a flash video encoding profile’, choose ‘Video Settings’ and ‘Include Audio’ as you like.



Step5: Output settings

Then go on clicking ‘Next’ button. This step is designed mainly to help us convert the source video formats to SWF and FLV for online distribution. If want to create some advanced SWF and FLV files, you can adjust the ‘Export Settings’, ‘Player Settings’, and ‘Misc’. Then click ‘Next’ and ‘Start’ to convert your favouriter video to flash.



Done, just so easy!

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Old 10-21-2007, 03:50   #2 (permalink)
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Arrow hi there...need a password

need a registration code for flash video mx...please
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Old 10-25-2007, 12:55   #3 (permalink)
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This is as relevant to this forum as my *** but hay may as well use it for somthing as tottal multy server sertanly arent using the forum to give any kinde of support
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Old 10-27-2007, 17:37   #4 (permalink)
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need a registration code for flash video mx...please
Hi, ajoe_3528. Flash video mx is a shareware, not a free ware. So you can get a registration code when you buy it from
http://www.iphone-converter-soft.com...h-video-mx.htm

Hope i can help you more.
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