FLV Converter: Convert FLV to MP4
Usually, converting FLV to MP4 is needed. That's because most of the videos we downloaded from YouTube, Hulu, VEVO, Yahoo, Metacafe etc. are FLV(flash video) format, which cannot be played on Mac, iTunes, QuickTime, Apple TV, iOS based iPad/iPhone/iPad, Android phones or tablets, PS3, Xbox, and BlackBerry etc. However, MP4 can.
As a professional yet easy-to-use FLV to MP4 converter, FonePaw Video Converter Ultimate can covert FLV files to MP4 with quality preserved on Mac and Windows. Aside from converting FLV to MP4, it also can convert FLV to AVI, WMV, MOV, VOB, MTS, MKV, MPEG, 3GP, TS, etc. Then, the online downloaded FLV video can be played on most portable devices.
Free download the trial version of FonePaw Video Converter Ultimate on your computer and start to convert FLV to MP4.
A Quick Guide to Convert FLV to MP4 Video
1. Download and launch the program
Click the blue Download button and follow the on-screen instructions to download and install the software on your computer. Then, run it.
2. Add FLV files to the program
Click "Add File" in the upper-left corner of the program to upload the FLV files you want to convert.
3. Select a *.mp4 format and choose the destination folder
Open the drop-down menu next to "Profile". Then, select a *.mp4 format from the "General Video" or "HD Video" profile lists. Then, click "Browse" to choose the destination folder where the converted FLV file will be saved.
Note: If you convert FLV to MP4 just for use on a certain specific Apple product, you can also select an appropriate output format according to this Apple product's name.
4. Convert FLV to MP4
Click the "Convert" button to begin your conversion. After the FLV to MP4 conversion is complete, you can go to the output folder to play the converted MP4 video files, or transfer them to your portable devices.
If you have some MP4 files that you need to upload to YouTube, FonePaw Video Converter Ultimate can also assist you to convert MP4 to FLV, so you can share them with your friends on YouTube or Facebook.