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How to Convert FLV to DV

If you often hang on some video sharing websites like YouTube, you probably get a number of downloaded FLV videos. To play them in Windows or Mac, you can use VLC or Adobe Player to enjoy them smoothly. However, if you want to import these FLVs to Adobe Premiere Pro or iMovie for editing, you need to convert the FLV videos to its supported format first, generally MOV, FLV or DV format.

For editing purpose, DV format is with no doubt the best choice. What DV adopts is intraframe compression: each compressed frame depends entirely on itself, and not on any data from preceding or following frames. Thus it can be easily edited and keep the best quality. Here you'll find the easiest solution of the FLV to DV conversion: it's worked with the help of a professional yet easy-to-use Video Converter---Wondershare Video Converter for Mac. Here's how to do it.

Free download the trial version of FLV to DV Video Converter:

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Note: this program is cross-platform, i.e. Video Converter for Windows (supports Windows 8/7/XP/Vista); Video Converter for Mac (supports Mac OS X leopard, Snow Leopard, lion). They share the same feature and below guide takes Mac screenshots. If you're using Windows OS, please refer to User Guide in Windows.

1 Import FLV files to the FLV to DV converter

You can directly drag your video from your file folders to the program window; or click the "File">"Add Media Files" in the Menu bar to choose the files you want to convert. Batch conversion is supported, you can add more than one file to save your time and ease the conversion greatly.

FLV to DV converter

2 Set output format as DV

Click Format icon at the bottom of this window and then select "DV" from "Video" in format list.
Meanwhile, if you want to edit your FLV files with iMovie, and Final Cut Pro from Apple Software, just choose the presets from "Editing", it usually works great and highly compatible.

convert FLV to DV

Note: This FLV to DV converter gives you full manipulation to make appropriate setting for both video and audio, including bit rate, encoder, frame rate, resolution, etc. you can click the gear "Settings" option besides format icon to access the setting window.

3 Start to convert FLV to DV

After all setting down, hit "Convert" button to kick off the conversion. When all tasks finished, you can find out where the output files are saved by clicking the button "Output".

FLV to DV

Tips: This FLV to DV video converter also provides a powerful editing function. If you want to customize your video, click the "Edit" button before the conversion, then edit your video by trimming, cropping, changing video effect, adding watermark, etc. You can learn more info in the User Guide in Mac

Knowledge sharing:

convert FLV to DV Flash Video (FLV) is the name of a file format used to deliver video over the Internet using Adobe Flash Player. The most recent public release of Flash Player supports H.264 video and HE-AAC audio. It's commonly used by websites including YouTube, Google Video, Yahoo! Video, Reuters.com, metacafe, and many other news providers. Flash Video is viewable on most operating systems, via the widely available Adobe Flash Player and web browser plug-in, or one of several third-party programs.

FLV to DV converter DV, the abbreviation of Digital Video, means the digital camera, refers to the video data recorded by the digital information. It was launched in 1995 with joint efforts of leading producers of video camera recorderslike Sony, Panasonic, JVC, Sharp, Toshiba and Canon and a number of well-known home appliances giant. DV is an intraframe video compression scheme, which uses the discrete cosine transform (DCT) to compress video on a frame-by-frame basis. Audio is stored uncompressed. Due to its compression advantage for editing, many Mac and Windows users prefer to edit the home videos based on DV video format.

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