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Encoding Session Walkthrough


Flix makes encoding video into the SWF format incredibly easy. Here is a simple, step-by-step explanation of how to encode video into SWF. To start, launch Flix and begin a new session. So that we may explain all the session options, this example assumes that your source media file has audio and video, and that you wish to encode both into the SWF.

  1. Select Source Media
  2. Set Output Name
  3. Choose Outputs
  4. Enter Clip Information
  5. Set SWF Options
  6. Set Custom Variables
  7. Set Audio Output Options
  8. Choose Audio Intermediate Files
  9. Set Output Frame Options
  10. Set Output Video Options
  11. Click Encode!
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Added: 2001-01-12
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