Adobe Flash CS4: Converting QuickTime Movie into Flash H.264 – Part 1

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Adobe Flash CS4: Converting QuickTime Movie into Flash H.264: Part 1 – Introduction

In this short video tutorial series, we will use Adobe Media Encoder CS4 and Adobe Flash (Professional) CS4 to convert a QuickTime movie into a Flash video. Actually, we showed how to do it more than two years ago. This time, we are going to compress a video stream not with On2 VP6 or Sorenson Spark but with H.264. Doing so requires that you use Adobe Media Encoder. We intend to produce at least three video tutorials in this series.

The goal of this video tutorial series is to convert a QuickTime movie that we created a week ago into the following Flash video.






Click on the button to watch the original QuickTime video. VTC
Click on the button to watch the converted Flash video. VTC






In the first video tutorial of the series, we will explain what you need to install in order to convert videos into Flash movies with H.264. We will also find out whether or not we can use QuickTime Pro to do the job.  





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  • QuickTime Pro version: 7.6 for Mac
  • Video length: 4 minutes 51 seconds
  • Video format: QuickTime
  • Video compression: H.264
  • Resolution: 900 x 675 pixels (480 x 360 pixels for guests)
  • Audio: Enabled
  • Audio commentary: Enabled




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    Flash Professional CS4 and Media Encoder CS4 are products of Adobe Systems Incorporated.
    QuickTime Pro is a product of Apple, Inc.






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