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Does anyone know any good software to convert quicktime movies to flash media? I want to post some clips on a website through iweb and I know there is a way to do it. The only thing left is for me to convert from .flv format to .swf. Please advise.
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Visual Hub does it to Flash format or raw FLV (whatever that is). Video Converter is another, but at a cost.
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Still works (if you have it), but it's no longer available nor is it supported. I want to add to this thread by asking how one might get the trial version of VH to work in full? I'm quite willing to pay the US$25 or whatever it is, but all related VH links are now defunct.
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ffmpeg also does that for free

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