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Easiest way to convert FLV to MP4 or anything even?

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Ive been trying to figure out how to convert FLV files to MP4 files for the past 2 hours.  I've tried using the convert function on the VLC player and it doesnt work and everything else I've seen has asked for 10-15 dollars.  There HAS to be a workaround for this somehow.  I have the complete Adobe Creative Cloud suite.  I just want a video that I can edit in premiere pro and its been insanely difficult so far.  Anyone have any good suggestions?

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Well since you already have a CC account just download Media Encoder (if I'm not mistaken it supports .flv). If it doesn't, then Handbrake is the next best thing.

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Adobe Media Encoder should be able to do this easily, or if not, I don't see why Premiere wouldn't just let you load a FLV in directly... it's their own format after all lol

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56 minutes ago, Ryan_Vickers said:

Adobe Media Encoder should be able to do this easily, or if not, I don't see why Premiere wouldn't just let you load a FLV in directly... it's their own format after all lol

I tried both.  Not happening. 

 

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Just now, Derekl1988 said:

I tried both.  Not happening. 

 

rip. well that's dumb lol

But not surprising; it's not the first time an Adobe program has failed to open a common format that it definitely should be able to

Have you tried the other suggestions people have given?

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Just now, Ryan_Vickers said:

rip. well that's dumb lol

But not surprising; it's not the first time an Adobe program has failed to open a common format that it definitely should be able to

Have you tried the other suggestions people have given?

Basically just coughed up the $10 for a program

 

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10 minutes ago, Derekl1988 said:

Basically just coughed up the $10 for a program

 

Well lets hope that works then :)

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