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MOVAVI, the company behind the Movavi Online video conversion service, is pleased to announce the availability of the Movavi Engine SDK for Flash Video. Using the Movavi SDK for Flash Video, video encoders can easily convert almost any popular video formats to Flash .flv format, ready to publish over the web. Movavi VideoSuite contains six main modules as shown in the screen shot above. It’s easy to switch between modules to complete different tasks.
Webmasters can now provide hosted video processing services on their own video-sharing sites, as Movavi itself does with its own popular online conversion service. Embedded in a server-based application, the flash SDK enables any website to host the conversion of any video files into Flash videos for easy online movie publishing, video blogging, and other social networking activities.
Natalie Khudyakova, Managing Director of Movavi, comments:"After the launch of Movavi Online video conversion, we received a number of requests to license our conversion technology from individuals and companies interested in starting video-sharing sites or sites with a lot of video content. So we developed this video SDK to help the interactivity of the web to continue to grow and for people and communities to communicate freely by video."
A key distinguishing feature of the Movavi SDK is Smart Queuing, which limits the number of simultaneously-converted files, automatically bypasses corrupted files, and prevents flash encoder hang-ups. The software works under Windows XP/Vista, Server 2000 or later and supports IIS 5.0/Apache for use in web applications. Movavi VideoSuite is perfect for home video processing. It is designed to meet the needs of both experienced and beginning video makers, incorporating a wide range of functions while still being easy to use.
Developers can access the software for 12 months for $300 or purchase an unlimited for $1000. Some video conversion engines can crash while converting a large number of files at the same time or when they encounter a corrupted file, which requires the site operator to manually resolve the issue and relaunch the conversion. Simplicity & Flexibility. Now developers need to write less source code in order to create a fully-functional video processing application.
Key features of the SDK include:
- Support for popular scripting languages using COM technology: C/C++/C#, .NET (Visual Basic), ASP, PHP, Python, Perl, and others.
- Conversion of AVI (DivX, XVid), MPEG (1, 2, 4), MP4, 3gp, 3gp2, WMV, MOV (QT), VOB to Flash video.
- Customizable video output quality, video and thumbnail image sizes.
- Tools to support interaction with services, monitor results, and gather statistics.
- Ability for site visitors to upload videos using an HTML form.
- Full documentation with sample implementations