Convert FLV Videos To Other Formats With iSkySoft FLV Converter

FLV videos have one drawback you can’t burn them in a disc and watch the videos on a DVD player plugged to your television. If you want to convert FLV videos to other video formats, check out iSkysoft Video Convertor.

iSkysoft FLV Converter for Windows is designed to convert videos to   FLV or convert FLV videos to other video formats. This FLV video converter is capable of converting most standard videos files and gives a full support to high definition videos.


The free version of the software is available for download till September 1 2010, just head over to this page and enter your email address in the space provided. After that, the website will send a code and the download link at your email address.

Once installed, enter your email address along with the licensed code in the program setup and you are ready to use the full features of the program.


Using the utility is very easy, all you have to do is add the video which you want to convert using the Add videolink from the menu bar. The profile section at the bottom lets you choose the output video format and the location where the file will be saved, once the conversion is over.


If you want to view the FLV videos on an iPod or iPhone, select the MP4 video format. The utility lets you choose between a wide range of video formats such as MP4, AVI, ASF, WMV, MPG, 3GP, 3GPP, MOV, MKV etc.

The interesting thing about iSkysoft FLV converter is that you can use it to extract audio from a video file. This will be useful when you want to convert videos to MP3 format and want to copy them in an MP3 player, just for listening the songs.

There are lots of other features which include resizing the video aspect ratio, trimming selected segments of the video or adding special effects like adjusting brightness, color, saturation or contrast.

The giveaway ends on September 1, 2010 download your free copy of iSkysoft video converter today.

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