Flash video component for .NET • Visual studio 2005 & 2008 support
What is FLV Converter for .NET ?: FLV Converter for .NET is a developer tool (DLL) for Visual Studio to create Flash Video Files (FLV) from other video types.
- Converts many types of video to the Flash Video (FLV) format
- Simple DLL plugin to Visual Studio
- Visual Studio Toolbox support
- Visual Studio 2005 & Visual Studio 2008 support
- Extract audio from a video clip as an MP3 or WAV file
- Extract single or multiple frames from a video clip
- Add padding to an encoded video
- Crop encoded videos
- Add graphical watermarks to your encoded video clips
- Many settings exposed to the Visual Studio properties grid
FLV Converter for .NET uses to FFMPEG libraries and these are included in the download.
How can I get FLV Converter for .NET
| Download FLV Converter for .NET 1.2
|Purchase FLV Converter for .NET
Licenses from £74.99
The free trial version has only one limitation. Encoded video clips or extracted audio will be truncated to 5 seconds. The full version has no such limitation.
Samples are included in the distribution in both the help file and projects for Visual Studio 2008.
Latest version: 1.2 (8th June 2008)
- Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 or 2008
- .NET Framework version 2.0 or higher
- FFMPEG (included in the download but you can use your own version)
How it works
Quick sample to convert a movie to the Flash Video format keeping the same dimensions as the source movie
The following example shows a quick method to convert a video to an FLV video clip. This sample will use the dimensions of the source video clip for the FLV file and will use the default bit rates, frame rates, etc
// Initialise Dominion.Media.flvConverter flvConverter1 = new Dominion.Media.flvConverter(); // Set the path to FFMPEG.exe. This example will assume it's stored in a // directory ffmpeg/bin/ffmpeg.exe off the startup path flvConverter1.pathToFFMPEG = Application.StartupPath.ToString(); flvConverter1.pathToFFMPEG += "\\ffmpeg\\bin\\ffmpeg.exe"; // Set the input path flvConverter1.inputFile = "c:\\path\\file.wmv" // Set the output path and file flvConverter1.outputFile = "c:\\path\\file.flv" // Encode string ffmpegoutput = flvConverter1.toFLV();
Prior to calling the toFLV() method you can also set the other properties such as Width, Height, videoBitrate, etc