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    I have taken a video off of You tube and now have it in FLV format, I'm hoping to put the video on Final Cut Pro and blend it with other video i have taken, anyone know of a way I can do that? (I havn't been able to find any FLV codec for Mac and I can't find a converter which changes FLVs into other files.)
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    i have used super to covert youtube flv videos

    most are 320*240 and iconverted for my phone or email NOT to enclude with anything else
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    Originally Posted by themaster1
    riva flv encoder is the key man
    The OP is on a Mac, so that may not be an option. (Same goes for SUPER.)
    (Fate26: OS X 10.8? Heh.)

    I'm not sure, but Perian might be able to handle FLV1/VP6(2). I haven't tried it. Also, you can try VLC and ffmpegx for conversion.
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    Originally Posted by Ai Haibara

    The OP is on a Mac, so that may not be an option. (Same goes for SUPER.)
    (Fate26: OS X 10.8? Heh.)

    I'm not sure, but Perian might be able to handle FLV1/VP6(2). I haven't tried it. Also, you can try VLC and ffmpegx for conversion.
    I have already checked out perian and VLC neither of them seem to cover it, I'll take a look at ffmpegx though and see what it can do.

    P.S. I fixed my O.S. :P
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    iSquint (free at isquint.org) will generally convert a uTube video
    to MP4 format, even "optimize" it for iTunes/iPod. If it doesn't
    work, or if you want another output format, try its big brother
    VisualHub (same location).
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    Success!
    Visual Hub works perfectly; it can set it up directly for final cut pro. Thanks for the help
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    Perian 1.04 ( which is in Beta now) improves FLV support.
    I've been using it with many FLVs from VMix and YouTube
    in my vidcast, and it works very well.
    It also is handling MKVs darn well too I might add.
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