How to Export Flash Video (FLV) from ScreenFlow on Mac

Summary: You still wonder how to upload the .mov video exported from Screenflow to website, in the other word, you still have problem of converting .mov video exported from Screenflow to website more compatible .flv format, here is the right place you come.

The problem may be like this(it is a guy asked in the quora and have solved now):

I’ve recently converted to using a Mac and have begun experimenting using Screenflow to make some screen capture videos.

The software is pretty easy to use but I’m hitting a problem when exporting my clips as the software produces videos in a .MOV file (as far as I can tell).

Does anyone know an easy way to convert this to the FLV format?

Could someone please point me in the right direction in terms of an easy to understand method to convert MOV to FLV?

I’ve tried searching but this isn’t my area of expertise and I’d appreciate some guidance.

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The solution is very simple and give the steps below:

In order to solve the Screenflow exported .mov files to .flv issues. I recommend using Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac(read the review) to transcode your ScreenFlow QuickTime export into an FLV or SWF file. In addition to various common audio/video files, Pavtube Video Converter for Mac is also able to output compatible video formats for editing programs (e.g. Final Cut Pro, Final Cut Express, iMovie, Avid, Adobe Premiere, etc) Moreover, Pavtube Video Converter for Mac also allows you to customize profile settings to get a desired and better output. Movie creation with this program is no big deal. You can edit your video files by trimming, cropping, attaching external subtitles, adding watermarks, change video effect, etc


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Simple Tutorial of Converting Screenflow Exported .mov Video to FLV 

Step 1. Add Exported Videos to the Converter.

You can then add your exported videos to the convertor which will be very easy. This will be managed through dragging and dropping the files using the ScreenFlow. Always countercheck to make sure all the files you want exported have been selected. Be wary against erroneously leaving out anything which can be frustrating.

Note: There are many editing options offered by ScreenFlow which you can customize for your FLV files. They might not be necessary at the moment but will come in handy later on in the exportation or conversion process. These will include effects, cropping and trimming among many others.

Step 2. Set FLV as Output Format.

In this step, you can select “FLV” as the output format so as to export ScreenFlow videos to FLV. Even as you make the adjustments, you have to be conscious of the fact that the final file might be bigger or smaller than expected. There are other adjustments of height and width values that you can make before the file is converted. Ensure every important bit required to export flv from ScreenFlow is handled with a touch of professionalism. You can’t manage to gamble around with such an important process for your FLV files.

Step 3. Ready to Convert ScreenFlow Video to FLV.

At last, please hit the “Convert” button to save your videos as FLV format. A few seconds later, you will get the FLV video as wanted.

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