How to Convert M4V to Flash Video on Windows/Mac OS and Wind

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How to Convert M4V to Flash Video on Windows/Mac OS and Wind

Postby cindyhuan » Tue Mar 26, 2013 7:50 am

M4V files are iTunes video files that developed by Apple. Just as other container formats like AVI, WMV, MKV, it contains multiple streams including video and audio. Now, the M4V file is widely used by Apple products like iPod, iPhone, and the iTunes store. The M4V file format is based on the MPEG-4 AVC video compression, which is a global media standard with the aim to provide optimized video podcasts for the iPod.M4V files are similar to .MP4 files, both of which are MP4 files. You can just rename the .M4V file to .MP4. The .M4V file can be DRM(Digital Rights Management) protected or common video file. The protected M4V files are mostly used by iTunes store.

The Flash Video format is a video format defined by Adobe Systems. Flash Video has been accepted as the default online video format by many sites. Notable users of it include YouTube, Hulu, VEVO, Yahoo! Video, metacafe, Reuters.com, and many other news providers. Flash Video is viewable on most operating systems except iOS, via the Adobe Flash Player and web browser plugin or one of several third-party programs.

Sharing videos with others, you may attach them to your email and send to your friends. Or you can upload them to some video supported forums or video sites for sharing on line. Occasionally, you would fail to stream your videos onto the internet because of your unaccepted file formats or large video size. The article here focuses on the problem of uploading M4V files to the internet by converting M4V to FLV on Mac.It chooses FLV as the output format for FLV is a delivery file format widely used online.

To convert M4V to Flash, use Doremisoft Video to Flash Converter. It offers two versions (Video to Flash Converter and Video to Flash Converter for Mac) which enable you to convert M4V to SWF on both Windows and Mac computer.

The Doremisoft products can make m4v to swf mac or rmvb to flash converter and also fce to flash.

How to Convert M4V to Flash Video on Windows/Mac OS:Please see below
Step 1: Import M4V File
Click the "Add Video" button in the top left corner of the screen, and then choose the M4V file you want to convert to flash form your computer. You can preview the M4V video before converting. Meantime, you are able to take snapshots of the playing video.
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Step 2: Do Editing If Needed
Click the "Edit" button to do some general settings. For example, you can adjust the video playing size, remove unwanted areas, and change the video brightness, contrast, saturation, and so on.

Step 3: Select Output Format

Step 4: Convert M4V to Flash
Click the button in the lower right corner of the screen to start conversion of M4V to Flash. The program will open the output folder when conversion finished.

So don't shilly-shally,the Doremisoft MOV to Flash Converter is your best choice.
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