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Import FLV files

As FLV to Vide Converter supports batch encoding, you can edit the file list by clicking the buttons upon the file list. Click "Add" button to import the files you want. You can also open the import file dialog box by double-clicking the blank field of the file list. Click "Del" to delete the selected files. Click "Del All" to clear the file list. Meanwhile, you can click a specific file to view the file on the right panel to see if the file is the exact file you want to convert.

Crop the video and add watermark

Select a specific file and then you can crop the video and decide the content to be shown. You can also add watermark to the video by clicking the check box for watermark. Browse a picture for your watermark if it is the first time for you to enable the watermark function. The program may save the latest action you have taken, e.g. the watermark you have selected. You can change the transparency, alignments and the size of the watermark by changing the parameters for transparent color and offset. If you select multiple files, you cannot crop the video, but you can add the same watermark for the files. After selecting the watermark image, you should click the "Apply" button on the bottom-right corner to apply the changes to the selected files.

Change output settings

If you want to convert FLV files to the files that can play on iPod, you can click "Settings" and then change the "Export Type" to MP4 and "Sub-type" to "iPod". You can also select a preset profile with "iPod Video", and the settings with this profile are commonly used. If you select multiple files, you should click the "Apply" button on the bottom-right corner to apply the changes to the selected files.

Start conversion

Click “Convert” to start to convert the files on the list to the output folder.

Put video on iPod

After successful conversion, you may watch movies and videos on iTunes or Quicktime Player. But how do you put the video files you converted on iPod? Here is the way:

1) Drag the iPod video files converted into your iTunes library, or select "Add File to Library" from the "File" menu and select the MP4 videos.

2) Drag the file onto the iPod logo in the iTunes and then release the mouse when "+" appears around the cursor. The file will be transferred to iPod automatically.

Finally, you are able to enjoy your beloved movies on your iPod breezily!

» Level Basic

Added: 2007-01-04
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