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Macvide Announces VideoFlash Converter 2.0

Macvide Announces VideoFlash Converter 2.0

Posted December 9, 2008 at 7:58pm by iClarified · 4169 views
Macvide has announced VideoFlash Converter 2.0, their video to Flash conversion utility for Mac OS X. Developed specifically for Mac users, VideoFlash Converter allows conversion of QuickTime compatible video to Adobe (Macromedia) Flash SWF and FLV files. The most popular formats are supported, including AVI, WMV, MOV, MPG, ASF, DivX and more.

VideoFlash Converter offers an easy-to-use interface that guides the user through the conversion process. The application automatically provides ideal default settings, as well as offers the flexibility to crop video, set duration, adjust quality, and control many other audio/video preferences.

New in version 2.0:
* Complete User Guide
* Misc bugs fixed.

Feature highlights include:
* Convert all popular video formats, including AVI, WMV, MOV, MPG, ASF, and DivX
* Choose between FLV or SWF output formats
* Modify resolution, frame rate, video and audio bit rates, width, and height for particular needs
* Crop videos to remove black sides
* Preview your video from the first to final frame using Rangebar
* Compatible with PowerPC G4 or G5 and Intel Core 2 processors
* Easy to use

Pricing and Availability:
VideoFlash Converter 2.0 is available for only $39.95 (USD) for a Single License, and may be downloaded directly from the Macvide website.

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Macvide Announces VideoFlash Converter 2.0
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Lynn LU
Lynn LU - December 10, 2008 at 10:43pm
Yes,a nice software. And I have used another cool software for Mac:Aimersoft Video Converter for Mac. http://www.aimersoft-mac.com/video-converter-mac.html#129
homie
homie - December 10, 2008 at 6:06am
Why would this be useful? If you're developing in adobe flash?
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