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About using FLV video

The FLV file format contains encoded audio and video data for delivery by using Flash Player. For example, if you have a QuickTime or Windows Media video file, you use an encoder (such as Flash 8 Video Encoder, or Sorensen Squeeze) to convert that file to an FLV file.

Flash Player 7 supports FLV files that are encoded with the Sorenson Spark video codec. Flash Player 8 supports FLV files encoded with Sorenson Spark or On2 VP6 encoder in Flash Professional 8. The On2 VP6 video codec supports an alpha channel. Different Flash Player versions support FLV in different ways. For more information, see the following table:


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