Convert a Video into FLV with Adobe Media Encoder


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Converting a video into FLV with Adobe Media Encoder

If you have legacy video that you need to use in your layout, it's highly recommended that you convert your video with the Adobe Media Encoder before you place it inside InDesign. The Adobe Media Encoder is installed with Adobe InDesign CS5. It lets you convert your video from legacy formats like MOV and AVI to Flash video. You can also batch convert many files at once. To convert a video, we're first going to hit the Add button and we're going to browse, and we're going to select this legacy- video.mov file and we're going to click Open. When it gets added, we can choose what format and preset we want to convert with.

The format that we want to use is FLV and F4V, which are the Flash video formats. The preset will determine how large and the quality that it is. We can leave it at the default, Match Source Attributes (High Quality). By clicking the Settings button, we can control the settings further. In the Export Settings dialog, we can control various aspects of t...

Converting a video into FLV with Adobe Media Encoder
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Converting a video into FLV with Adobe Media Encoder provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by James Fritz as part of the InDesign CS5: Interactive Documents and Presentations

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