Video Encoder for Adobe Flash History
Version history for Video Encoder for Adobe Flash shows you how often it was updated over the past months (starting Feb 21, 2007) as well as 'what is new' information for each update (if available, since this information provided by the author).
v 3.2 updated on Mar 14, 2011
1.Add some new Flash video player skins of holiday-style.2.Support importing multiple files by adding folders with sub-folders recursively.3.Support customizing H.264 video quality and conversion speed through simple quality level settings.
v 3.1 updated on Apr 27, 2010
1.Convert any video and audio to Flash FLV, including HD video formats.2.Encode H.264 HD FLV as 720p and 1080p.3.Support batch video to FLV conversion. 4.Add more stylish and customizable Flash video player skins.5.Automatically check for update.
v 3.0 updated on Mar 24, 2010
1. Convert any video and audio to Flash FLV, including HD video formats. 2.Encode H.264 HD FLV as 720p and 1080p. 3.Add more stylish and customizable Flash player skins. 4.Automatically check for update.
v 2.4.80825 updated on Sep 30, 2008
Fix Bugs:*Some QuickTime files can not be encoded correctly. *Can not set initial sound volume to 0.* Initial sound volume does not work in Compact and Minimal skins. New Features: * support full screen * support displaying buffer time of the video
v 2.3 Build 70926 updated on Oct 09, 2007
New Features: * support full screen * support displaying buffer time of the video * support cropping and trimming MPEG-2/VOB files * support creating thumbnail image for the video * support setting the initial sound volume * Integrate free FLV Player
v 2.2 Build 70406 updated on Apr 26, 2007
New Features: * Offers customizable skin color and saturation for play control. * Helps you precisely specify background color for the generated HTML page with ease. * Added new play control skins - "Metal" and "Modern".
v 2.0 updated on Feb 21, 2007
1, Support the settings of frame rate and key frame interval. . 2, The output files can be embedded video within SWF files, or external video which is separate from the SWF file. . 3, Set a URL for the browser to visit when the Flash Video is clicked or the playback is finished. . 4, Set the channels for audio files. . 5, Provide various payback control skins. . 6, Support customized HTML page for the output Flash Video. .
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