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How to generate an HTML page to Share FLV(Flash Video) On Web for mac
2009-10-04 20:04:22

To Install Video to Flash Converter for Mac

  • Download Video to Flash Converter for Mac.
  • Run the VideoFlashconverter.dmg file from the desktop, or download location.
  • In the VideoFlash Converter window run the �install.app� file.
  • Follow the prompts to complete the install.

That�s it. Video to Flash Converter is installed. You may delete the VideoFlashconverter.dmg file from your desktop or download location.

How to convert video to swf/flv on mac

The default settings in Video to Flash Converter are the recommended settings, most adjustments are optional. Converting a Video format movie to Flash SWF or FLV for mac.

  • Upon startup, the main window opens.VideoFlash Conversion for Video swf and FLV for Mac OS X
  • Select the file to convert. Click the button next to the �Input File� field and browse to the video file to convert.Note: VideoFlash Converter will convert the following video formats to flash format: MOV, AVI, WMV, MPG, MPEG, ASF, and DivX
  • Name the Output file. Click the button next to the �Output File� field. In the �Save As� field type a name for the output file and in the �Where� field select a location to save.Note: The format of your output file, FLV or SWF, will automatically update when you select your Format Settings in the steps below.
  • Create HTML File, if necessary. Check the �Create HTML File� check box then select the options for the video behavior within the HTML file: Auto Start Player � this will automatically start the video when the web page containing the HTML file is opened in a browser. Repeat Play � this will play the video on a continuous loop on the web page containing the HTML file.
  • Recalc Video Bitrate. To adjust the output file size and quality select from the drop down choices.Video Flash Bitrate
  • Format Settings. Click the �Format Settings� button to open the �Select Codec Parameters� window. Here you can make several adjustments to the output file.Video Format parameters and codecs
  • Resolution: Select height and width parameters for the output video. Checking the �Proportional� box will maintain the height to width ratio of the original movie.
  • Video Quality Settings: Modify the quality, bitrate and FPS (frames per second) by adjusting the sliders.
  • Audio Settings: Check the box labeled �Enabled� if you want the output video to have audio. Unchecking this box removes audio from the output video.
  • Adjust Audio settings. Using the drop down choices modify the Samples per second and/or bitrate for the audio quality. Select the �Stereo� checkbox for stereo audio.
  • Select Output format. Select either SWF format or FLV format for your output flash video.
  • Click �OK� in the �Select Codec Parameters� dialog box.
  • Crop the video. The preview window shows the first frame of your video file and a crop box. Drag and resize the crop window to adjust the area you wish to capture for the output file.
  • Adjust the length of the movie. You may use the slider bar under the preview window to adjust the start and stop location of your output flash video. Use this window to preview your movie frame by frame.Preview Video and Adjust the length of the movie for Flash conversion
  • Start Conversion. When you have made all your adjustments and settings, select the �Start Conversion� button. A progress window will open showing the status of the conversion.
  • Preview your movie. Once finished a �Conversion Complete� window will open. Click �Yes� to immediately open your new Flash video.Note: If you had selected to create an HTML file it can be found in the Output file location as well as your FLV or SWF file.
    You have successfully converted a video file to flash format.

Then you can use easy way to add Flash to iWeb Flash SWF and FLV Files in iWeb

  1. Create a folder in your "iDisk/Web/Sites folder".
  2. Name it "flash".
  3. Copy mediaplayer.swf file into the newly created iDisk folder flash. this is a media player which will provide a player menus for movie
  4. Copy YourFlash.swf file into the newly created iDisk folder flash.
  5. Go to the page where you want the file to play.
  6. Copy the code below.
    <embed src="http://web.mac.com/Your_iDisk/flash/mediaplayer.swf"
    flashvars="width=320&height=240&autostart=true&repeat=true&file=http://web.mac.com/Your_iDisk/flash/YourFlash.swf" />
  7. Select HTML Snippet from the Insert menu.
  8. Paste the code in the HMTL Snippet
  9. Alter the RED text as follows:http://web.mac.com/Your_iDisk/flash/mediaplayer.swf is a mediaplayer which will provide a palyer menu such as play and stop buttons.320 is a Width of your flash file 240 is a Height of your flash filehttp://web.mac.com/Your_iDisk/flash/YourFlash.swf is a Your iDisk, name of your new folder (flash), and name of your flash SWF or FLV file.autostart=true is a autostart option, you can disable them by setting to autostart=false repeat=true is repeat option allows you to repeat movie, you can disable them by setting to autostart=false
  10. Click �Apply� and save your page.
  11. Publish it and enjoy.

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    As an ex-Googler involved in webmtsaer education I'm very disappointed with this news. I understand there's a need to reach and index all the content out there hidden away in inaccessible Flash files. But the message in this update is however that it's OK to build inaccessible, bloated, and user-unfriendly websites in Flash which many users (e.g those on slow connections + iPhone and iPad users to mention a few) cannot efficiently use. In addition, you are portraying Flash as a non-problematic medium for publishing content online. The lack of unique URLs, page titles, link anchor texts, content hierarchy, etc are only some of the common issues and factors which make Flash content far more difficult to classify. Compare this with HTML content and it's obvious that the two cannot compete on a fair basis. This is especially worrying since it's pretty clear that Flash websites often face problems with efficient crawling, indexing, and ranking and by endorsing it on this blog sends very wrong signals to the wider community.Also, the slow loadtime of Flash content is another aspect which is contradictory to Google's latest push to make the web faster. I find this especially counter-productive for those of us working hard to promote search engine friendly web design and working hard to convince webmtsaers, developers, web agencies, and marketers why they should invest in accessible HTML websites which would enable them to reach their full potential online.
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