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  1. I'm a MEGA Super Moderator Baldrick's Avatar
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    This guide will explain how to convert any video to a FLV with H264 video and AAC audio and put/host on your site together with a flash web player. You don't have to put it on a site like Youtube, Vimeo, etc, then.

    Software:
    Freemake Video Converter (It's FREE).
    Guide:
    Start Freemake Video Converter.
    Add your video sources, video files or click on DVD to select a DVD-Video folder or DVD-drive.
    Click on the scissor to easily edit/cut or rotate/flip your video.
    Click to FLV at the bottom. (Scroll to the right at the bottom to get "To FLV")
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    Select Embed video to my web page.
    Click on Edit Preset(Blue-button).
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    Under Video codec change to H.264 .
    Under Bitrate type change to auto(you can also set a specific bitrate, lower bitrate=lower quality and lower file size).
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    Convert!
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    An example will popup and tell you how to put the video on your site:
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    Last edited by Baldrick; 9th Jun 2011 at 03:45.
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  2. Great tutorial, only problem is that you might want to mention that you have to scroll to get 'To FLV', as it's not immediately apparent.
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  3. I'm a MEGA Super Moderator Baldrick's Avatar
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    Fixed. Thanks.
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  4. Thanks, I've also never managed to get a properly functioning flash player for my site, especially a free one [Without the extremely frustrating watermarks they always put on the damned things], so double props.
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    Many thanks great tutorial and easy to follow even for a blond
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  6. great thread, thanks.
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  7. Awesome!

    Thanks for the effort!
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