Step 1: Add FLV/F4V files
For loading source FLV or F4V files to the software, you can click the “File” menu, and select “Add Video” to import source video. Or, click the “Add Video” button at the top left to select the file(s) you want. Well, dragging video to “Getting Started” area is also the alternative. And remember, you can import multiple files at once thanks to batch conversion.
Step 2: Choose supported video format
You can click on the pull down menu of “Format” to select your wanted format as output format from profile list. The profile list provides users with groups of flexible output solutions, including format presets for editing software like FCP, FCE, iMovie, Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premiere Pro and tablets, smartphones, game consoles, home media players and more. Select a desired format from the list, and then you can step into the conversion process.
Step 3: Set Advanced audio/video Settings
Click “Settings” icon to adjust video and audio parameters including video codec, video size, video bitrate, video frame rate, audio sample rate, audio channel, etc.
Step 4: Convert Flash Videos on Mac
After every thing necessary was selected, please click the “Convert” button to start FLV/F4V video conversion on Mac OS X. The Conversion window will pop up, which displays task list and progress information including Time elapsed, Time left, Generated size, and Estimated size. After conversion is done, simply click "Completed" to back to main interface, and click "Open" button to find generated videos.
Text Watermarking: Add text to the video as watermarks. Image/Video Watermarking: Add image or video to the source video as a watermark.
Effect: Adjust brightness, contrast, saturation of the video, and add special effects including 3D effect to the video.
Audio Editor: Enable you to replace the original audio track with your specified sound track. Or choose to remove the audio. Plus, it’s freely to set audio fade in or fade out.
Subtitle: Add plug-in SRT, ASS, SSA subtitle to videos.