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Extracts video and audio from FLV files without decompressing or recompressing

FLV Extract is a very simple to use, portable and tiny utility for Windows that helps users to extract audio and video from a FLV video without decompressing or recompressing.

The extracted video is saved as AVI (H.263/FLV1 and VP6/VP6F) or raw elementary stream (H.264/AVC). The audio is saved as MP3, AAC (with ADTS headers), Speex, or WAV (PCM).

The most important part of this program is it’s easiness to use. You don’t need any advanced knowledge to use this program. Just unzip and run the program, drag and drop FLV video files into the window.

It will quickly extract audio and video from the FLV file and save them in the same directory.

Interested readers can download (80Kb zip) it at source. Required .NET frame work for working.

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