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Chapter 12. Working with Video > Working with the FLV File Format

Working with the FLV File Format

The FLV or Flash Video file format allows you to import or export a static video stream including encoded audio. For example, you could use the FLV format to save video for use with communications applications, such as video conferencing. When an FLV clip is exported with streaming audio, the audio is compressed using the Streaming Audio settings in the Publish Settings dialog box, and the files is compressed with the built-in Sorensen or On2 VP6 codec. FVL files can be used with Flash’s new media components to create streaming video files directly in a Flash movie. In order to use the FLV format you must first setup the video files for exporting. Any Flash document that contains video clips will work.

Export Video Clips into the FLV File Format

1.
Select a video clip in the Library panel.

2.
Click the Libraries Options button, and then click Properties.

3.
Click Export.

4.
Enter a name for the exported file.

5.
Select a location where it will be saved.

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