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Converting from .flv format

Jan 16, 2007
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I am in need of converting a .flv file to a format that i can work with so i can complete a BCS national championship celebration film for me and my buddies. If anyone knows of a converter that is OS X compatible, please let me know on here or if you are feeling very generous email me at [email protected]. Thanks for any and all help.
Sep 21, 2005
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Your Mac's Specs
iBook G4 OSX Tiger
Well if you weren't going to edit bcs national championship footage then I would tell you to use iSquint. But because of the disappointing outcome of that game, I'll have to let someone else suggest it.

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