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Chapter 7. Media Preparation and Deliver... > Converting Prerecorded Materialto FL...

7.2. Converting Prerecorded Materialto FLV Format

It's not very likely that all of the audio/video material you want to stream to your users was recorded by your FlashCom Server. Chances are, you'll have content that you've recorded with other higher-quality capture sources, such as a mini-DV camcorder or video output from 3D modeling applications. Your business clients may even provide you with high-quality video footage for movie trailers, sports or news clips, or product demonstrations. Most of these files are not going to be in a digital video format directly supported by FlashCom. For that reason, you'll need a way to convert disparate video formats to the FLV file format, the only one that FlashCom supports.

If you need some sample video content to convert to FLV files, you can download sample Windows AVI and QuickTime MOV files from the book's web site.



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