How to Convert FLV to WMV on Mac/Windows OS?
Some video files that are downloaded from these online video hosting sites may be in the format of Flash Video (.flv). For whatever reasons, such as prefer to view and store the videos in mpeg format, or want to play the offline video clips in portable player such as PSP and iPod, or simply don’t like to view it with FLV Player, then there is a need to convert the .flv video format to another format such as .wmv, .wmv and .mpg. There are several tools and conversion utilities that can be used to do the media format conversion.
Here we recommend an FLV Converter for Mac which can help you transfer FLV to WMV on Mac quickly with keeping the original video quality. Following is a guide on how to convert .flv to .wmv on mac, and you need to download and install the mac flv to wmv video converter first on your computer.
Note: If you are using Windows OS and want to convert flv to wmv format, you can refer to Video Converter for Windows here. Download the Video Converter and follow the step-by-step tutorial to learn how to convert flv to wmv below.
Step 1: Import FLV video to the Program
Click " Add Video" button to select WMV files you would like to convert. you can also directly drag-and-drop files into. ( support batch of files, input files from your hard drive, usb device, camcorder, media players etc.)
Step 2: Choose Output Video Format
Select each file and choose the output format like WMV in "Profile".
Select video and audio quality that you need.
Set an output folder by "Output" for the destination files.
Step 3: Video Effect Settings
Click “Edit” button to crop, trim, adjust and watermark video to satisfy your needs.
Step 4: Convert .FLV to .WMV for Mac
When you have got ready for the settings for the added videos in the video converter program, you can click "Convert" button to start to convert FLV to WMV. Just for a while, the conversion will be finished and you can enjoy it freely.
If you want to simply balance the quality of the output video, there are three graded quality levels for you: Low, Medium & High. Notice that the file size is in direct proportion to the quality level. In a low resolution like 240*240, you are recommended to use the medium profile, since high profile won't improve any further but only to generate a larger file.
If you want to play a series of videos without interruption, then merge them into one video. In the merged video, the original ones are played in the order of their positions on the conversion list. The output screen size is aligned to that of the first video. That is, if you are going to merge a 320*240 video with a 640*480 video, you will get a 320*240 video as a result.
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