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Posts: 3
Registered: 07.10.2008
07.10.08 10:05:56
Hi I have converted my .vob file to .swf or flash. I am trying to load it onto my .html website page and I did find this tutorial: http://www.dvdvideosoft.com/guides/dvd/free-SWF-FLV-video-converter-convert-video-to-SWF-FLV.htm

I am confused I have only one output file in a .swf format. How do I load this onto my website for others to view? What kind of code is needed in my webpage to show this video?
Posts: 3
Registered: 07.10.2008
07.10.08 11:24:51
To: clubbuilder

OK I have this code on my website:

<object id="player1" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" data="OakVideo.swf" width="350" height="262"> 
<noscript><a href="http://www.dvdvideosoft.com/converter/video/3gp-video-converter.htm">3gp converter</a></noscript> 
<param name="movie" value="OakVideo.swf" /> 
<param name="allowFullScreen" value="true" /> 
<param name="autoplay" value="0" />
<param name="FlashVars" value="configxml=get_video.xml" /> 

All I have uploaded is the .swf file of OakVideo.swf and the video does play. But it auto plays and there are no buttons to control the video. I want a play button in the middle of the video with stop, pause, etc like the video shows.

According to these instructions: http://www.dvdvideosoft.com/guides/dvd/free-SWF-FLV-video-converter-convert-video-to-SWF-FLV.htm It says to upload these files:

"Upload the following files to the same folder as your web page:
get_video.flv and get_video.xml"

Here are more instructions:

"Upload the following files from the folder C:\dvd to your server: player_flv_maxi.swf, start_frame.jpg, get_video.flv, get_video.xml. You must place all these files to one folder."

The problem with these instructions are that I do not have a C:/dvd folder! I cannot find the start-frame.jpg or any of the other files that the website recommends. When I converted the .vob to .swf I only got one output file of OakVide.swf.

Any suggestions? I don't want this to auotstart and I want the viewers to have some controls.
Posts: 34
Registered: 16.05.2008
07.10.08 23:34:57
To: clubbuilder

the program you used to convert your video into flash is not actually AVS4YOU's one. To convert video into flash with our programs, please use AVS Video Converter (to produce an .swf file) or, even better, AVS Video to Flash to create .flv video with a player (that has the controls you need) and with an html-page code ready to be placed to your web site.
You can also read the Online Help for AVS Video to Flash program to see what parameters you can change for your output video and web page. See also the step-by-step Guides to learn how to create video for web and place your video to your web page.
Best regards.
Posts: 3
Registered: 07.10.2008
09.10.08 08:24:22
To: alexunder

I actually coverted the original file with AVS Video Coverter 6 but found the instructions through a link from the AVS website support area. You are right the instructions were for a different program. I thought maybe it was a newer version of the player that I had.

Still I was not able to get the correct code on my site for the .swf file which would have been nice but I think I was missing the player to begin with.

The AVS vdeo to flash has been installed and works perfectly. It's what I am using now instead of a .swf file it has all the controls I want. Thank you for your help!
Posts: 34
Registered: 16.05.2008
10.10.08 00:59:06
To: clubbuilder

you are surely welcome :-).
Please feel free to write to us if there is anything you need to know about our programs and about the work with them. Your feedback is highly appreciated.
Best regards.
Posts: 1
Registered: 19.07.2011
19.07.11 23:45:02
To: alexunder

as clubbuildder said .i also have some question in converting my favorite youtube .i download a free youtube downloader which i found in internet with google in
http://www.leawo.com/youtube-download/.but i don't how to convert my youtube video into
RMVB format .i s there any solution for this ?do i need get another converter? help!
Posts: 2396
Registered: 29.01.2012
20.07.11 06:28:07
To: victorwhite


You can convert videos to RM format with AVS Video Converter.

Please find the details following the link below:


Should you need any assistance, please feel free to contact us.

Best regards.
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