SpecsFlix encodes SWF files from the following formats:
Flixs video encoding capabilities are intended primarily for lower bitrate video (28.8k, 56k and 128k) and clips under 3 minutes in length. However, it is capable of encoding longer clips, as well as video for higher bitrate streams (especially if those clips are short a minute or less). Depending on your source material and your intended audience, your results may vary. We strongly suggest you do not create SWF video output that exceeds 50 MB of player RAM usage. In addition, as with all PC based video encoding, the faster your processor and the more RAM you have, the better your encoding experience will be. Remember that you will also need plenty of hard drive space for your video files.
Flix's audio encoding is intended for audio files of any bitrate (low to high) up to the maximum allowed number of frames in the SWF format (which is 16000 frames).
- 64MB RAM
- Pentium II 233MHz
- 10MB free disk space
- Win 98/2000/NT 4.0
- Internet Explorer 4.0 or higher
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