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Colleges and universities apply a Linux video encoder to host their tutorial video site. That is Video Encoder Engine for Adobe Flash from Sothinkmedia website, which is FLV encoder to auto-convert the uploaded tutorial videos with different formats. After tutorial videos are encoded to FLV format, the student can freely play the tutor videos in Flash Player from remote education site, without considering the video codec.
Tom, who is an administrator in media instruction and support at University explained “Flash video is the preferential media mainly because it works well on the various browsers across platforms. I use Video Encoder Engine for Adobe Flash to encode all the uploaded videos into FLV format; all the people can easily view the video tutorial on our distant education site as long as opening the browser. That’s good assistant for us.”
Video Encoder Engine for Adobe Flash can encode nearly all the popular videos to FLV format. The video encoder converts automatically the video recorded by cell phone, ipod or psp to FLV format, and publishes these videos to tutorial video site to share with others. Thanks to a quicker conversion speed, the FLV encoder can convert video to very good quality FLA. Meanwhile, a perfect video solution is offered to video site webmasters to create educational video sites.