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AdamGold says

Hi, I am in the process of creating the video preview for my new item, but when I converted it to .flv the quality was so bad that I couldn’t see anything (converted by iJoysoft). When it was .mov it had a great quality. I am using ScreenFlow to record.

How do you guys make your videos .flv without ruining the quality?

Thanks!

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Pixelworkshop says

I use Camtasia and there are several options for the quality :) But this doesn’t solve your problem…

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lvbreda says

I personally prefer using ffmpeg or a gui of ffmpeg, I think there is also a windows or mac version of it . You can google to find the command that gives the best result with your video. There are a lot of possible parameters you can set. Bit advanced sometimes but worth learning.

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yougapi says

you can try screenr.com

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AdamGold says

you can try screenr.com
I’ve made a lot of screen casts with screenr but it doesn’t what I need now. (Envato requires a .flv file).

Anyway, find a really converter called “Moyea”, thanks guys!

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