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How to edit an FLV file?

Hi,

Could someone tell me how I go about editing a .flv file? What is the easiest program to use? I just want to cut out/rearrange some scenes. I tried importing it into the Flash CS4 timeline, but when I insert keyframes/delete frames, weird things happen, like it doesn't actually delete/move the frames...

I have the full CS4.

Thanks for any advice.

Andrey
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andreyman3d2k
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andreyman3d2k
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sausCommented:
you can use FLV Converter to trim and merge so this could be what you are searching for...
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andreyman3d2kAuthor Commented:
What is the FLV converter? I just have the Adobe Media Encoder. Also, what if I wanted to edit out some sound, and maybe blur out some faces?

I also have an .mov version.

Andrey
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sausCommented:
google found http://free-flv-converter.softonic.de/

Well what you are asking for now (blur out some faces) is more than just cut out/rearrange some scenes
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sausCommented:
Maybe just converting the video to another format and working than with a program you are familiar with ?
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andreyman3d2kAuthor Commented:
What would be the easiest, do you think? Also, just to confirm -- there is no way to edit it in Flash, or any other program of the Creative Suite?

Andrey
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sausCommented:
Well there are free tools to work with, i am also not that familiar...  if you convert to mpeg there are a lot of also intuitive tools to work with... If it is just once  you can play around ..
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kiroblackCommented:
Adobe Premier Pro
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jeremyjared74Commented:
I would use the free and very simple to use Format Factory. It also has the ability to convert to several different formats. I use this quite often.
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andreyman3d2kAuthor Commented:
Thanks for your replies! I ended up going with Premier Pro -- it got the job done.

Thanks,

Andrey
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