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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by iWinnipegger, Mar 18, 2007.
anyone know a good free program i can download??? (for mac)
I think ffmpegx should do the trick, although I havn't used it myself, so can't say for sure. Give it a try!
i have an app for that but the website for it seems dead rite now.
Im guess from youtube?
This is what I use.
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Wow Bobber! That is one freaking fantastic find. How long has that been off my radar?
Let's hear it for the teens!!
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I'm with Multimedia on this one. Bobber holy cow, what a great find. This is so much better than download helper, which requires my using firefox. Awesome post!
No problem. It's even on my FF bookmark bar.
But be warned. I've had some troubles getting FF to convert a video all the way. Switching to Safari does the the trick.
Someone else suggested this site. When I use it I get the video with no audio...
Can anyone think of what the problem might be?
I have the same problem with the convertion comming out but with no sound.... Any hints?
Give this site a shot.
wondershare video converter works with a watermark... thinking of buying it but really.... a free one anywhere?
I tried using Vixy, but everytime I try to convert the video I always end up with no audio. what am I doing wrong?
Perian + QTAmateur.
Fantastic little app. Does the job and have a real mac app feeling
Perian + QTAmateur rocks for FLV to iMovie
Thanks, jackerin! Perian + QTAmateur is an excellent combination.
I downloaded a bunch of FLVs from YouTube and wanted to mix/edit them in iMovie. The first converter to try was VLC (File -> Streaming/Exporting Wizard), which did a decent job 60% of the time (12 out of 18 files). The trouble with the remaining files was:
a) totally messy checkerboard effect in many parts of the clip (3 files)
b) jerky motion, i.e. smooth movements converted to back-and-forth jerkiness (2 files)
c) error in processing the file, conversion not finished (1 file)
I tried with different MP4 and H.264 settings in VLC but no success. However, Perian + QTAmateur converted all the files properly, so they run smooth and clean in iMovie.
Although still in Beta this is a really great app. I think this is the wave of the future. http://thelittleappfactory.com/
I've been using mac flv to mp4 for a while. It does pretty much everything I've needed. I use it alot and would recommend. It's a very useful conversion tool, that also converts video to flash. Good luck with your work. Free trial if you want to give it a go!