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Why Convert MPEG-2 to Flash Video *.FLV, *.SWF?
If you have some MPEG-2 files and want to play them in Adobe Flash Player, or some Flash Player, or even want to upload them to Youtube, Metacafe, Yahoo, Hulu, etc website for sharing. You’d better convert MPEG-2 files to website workable SWF or FLV, Adobe Flash video format and then you can upload your videos.
How to Convert and Merge MPEG-2 Files to Flash Video *.FLV, *.SWF?
Many people give us an email for pleasantly using Aunsoft MPEG2 to Flash Video Converter to convert MPEG-2 files to Flash Video *.FLV, *SWF in batch and merge into one file in super fast speed without a hitch.
If you are a new hand, and even don’t know anything about converting tool, please take easy to follow this guide by using such a very simplest and self-explanatory program.
First of all, please free download and install Aunsoft MPEG-2 to FLV/SWF Converter. (This free trial version will output video with watermark, if you don’t like the watermark, please purchase our full version here.)
Step1: Launch this excellent Video Converter, click “Add” in the tool bar to load all your MPEG-2 files. Batch conversion is supported by the program, so just feel free to import them.
Step2: Check the follow picture, follow to select Flash Video *.flv, or *flv h.264 or *.swf, or *.f4v from the downlist of “Format”. Then please confirm the output path for saving the output flash video, if you want to change, please click “Folder” icon.
Step3: Check “Merge into one file” for converting all your MPEG-2 files into only one flash video *.flv, or *swf, or *.f4v. Then hit “Convert” to start your conversion and merging from MPEG-2 to Flash video.
Quickly you can get your converted flash video FLV or SWF and then do what you want, for playing on Flash Player, for uploading to YouTube, etc.
MPEG-2 is an extension of the MPEG-1 international standard for digital compression of audio and video signals. MPEG-2 is directed at broadcasting formats at higher data rates; it provides extra algorithmic ‘tools’ for efficiently coding interlaced video, supports a wide range of bit rates and provides for multichannel surround sound coding. MPEG-2 is widely used as the format of digital television signals that are broadcast by terrestrial (over-the-air), cable, and direct broadcast satellite TV systems. It also specifies the format of movies and other programs that are distributed on DVD and similar discs. As such, TV stations, TV receivers, DVD players, and other equipment are often designed to this standard.