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FLV Support

Thread began 12/22/2010 5:24 pm by KiddaMan | Last modified 12/22/2010 5:49 pm by KiddaMan | 955 views | 2 replies |

KiddaMan

FLV Support

Team,

Im have created a video in Adobe Elements and would like to upload into a home page content area using the flash upload option.

Elements creates files in Flash FLV but when I tried to upload, it said file was not correct file type.

What other files types would PS4 Flash support for upload that elements might support ?

What other way could I get the video into PS4 ?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

it is usually the .swf file that you show on the page.

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KiddaMan

ok, seems Elements only offers .FLV extensions, I guess I may have to bring it into Flash and save to an .swf

If there are any other ideas on using the .FLV file, I would preicate it.

I do also have the option of AVI and MPEG, but not sure if the helps me.

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