Convert Video Files to Macromedia Flash SWF and FLV. Add watermarks using text, transparent image, or animated GIF. Trim video, apply effects, add movie player control, mix secondary audio. Supports batch processing and also automatic FTP upload.
Flash Video Studio is a free to try software. You can free download and try it for an evaluation period.
Convert Video Files to Flash SWF and FLV
Flash Video Studio is an easy and powerful tool to convert most video files into Macromedia Flash SWF and FLV. It supports the following video formats: AVI, DIVX, MPG, WMV, ASF, and Quicktime MOV, MPEG1/2/4, 3GP, 3G2, IPhone/IPod/IPad MPEG4, DVD VOB files . Support the new AVC/H264/MPEG4 Video format. Flash 8 with/without alpha is also supported. Support Quicktime Movie with AAC Encoding.
You can add watermarks using text, static image, animated GIF, or transparent image (PNG).
Trim video, apply effects (emboss, sepia, motion blur, etc.), mix a secondary audio (WAV, MP3, WMA), adjust compression setting, frame rate, video size, video quality, etc.
Add chapter list from various part of your video. Insert multi-lingual subtitles. Publish multiple video files in a player with playlist.
Flash 8 + Alpha with Chroma Keying Tools. The video encoded by this video format will have the alpha channel, and when this video is overlayed on top of another SWF, any objects or animations will show through in the background.
Choose to publish a movie with or without a navigation control. Flash Video Studio offers a list of cool controls. You can customize the navigation control by turning on/off a specific button or changing its color settings to suit your style.
Add event to syncrhonize animation with your video. Better Video and Sound Bitrate Control.
Flash Video Studio can show the estimated bandwidth and file size in real time which enables you to adjust the quality settings easily.
Crop and rotate videos. Add fullscreen playback and save a JPEG thumbnail from any frame withint video.
Supports batch processing and also automatic FTP upload. It has been tested and works on Windows Vista/7.
You can now deinterlace an interlaced video easily which improves the video quality. Interlace is a method to reduce video bandwidth by mixing 2 video frames into one image by laying the first image in the odd rows and second image in the even rows.
- System Requirements: Win98/ME/NT/2000/XP/2003/Vista/7 with 128 MB RAM, DirectX 8.0
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