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On 11/17/09 9:04 PM, voxwoman wrote:
> If I'm not mistaken (and it's late, so I could be), the FLV file is not the
> flash source file (those I think are FLA files) - it's the "rendered" movie
> file. You are going to need a "flash decomplier" (which are available
> relatively cheap - under 100 dollars - there may also be free versions)
> which will then allow you to edit the flash file in a rather cumbersome and
> very crude way. It's not pretty.
Actually, FLV is Flash video. FLA is the source, SWF is the compiled
If you just need to edit some Flash video, you'll want an application
that can either transcode from Flash video into a format you can edit,
or an application that can edit Flash video directly.
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