Blogspot is a free weblog publishing tool from Google, for sharing text, photos and video. When creating a blog, it provides two working environments: Compose and Edit html.
"Compose" is easy for users to create content in a "what you see is what you get" way. "Edit html" is handy for users who are used to code. Now to embed Flash video files in the blog, you can upload your video to video sites like YouTube, and then use the Youtube supplied HTML code to embed that video in your blog under "Edit html". Or, you can download the FLV to your hard drive, convert it to AVI, MPEG, QuickTime, Real, and Windows Media, which are accepted by blogspot, and then upload it to your blog with the "Video" tab in the menu under "Compose".
For the first way, it's easy. What you have to do is just to copy-paste the code to your blog html. For the second way, you can use some free applets to convert the FLV file to video. And there are a lot, if you search by Google. Well, I'm using FLV to Video Converter Pro, which costs a little bit money, but for a regular use, I think it's worthy anyhow. Then, how to convert FLV to video with FLV to Video Converter Pro? Here are the steps:
FLV to Video Converter Pro 2.0 download URL:
1. Install and open the program.
2. Import your FLV file by clicking the "Plus" button.
Set your export folder for your video in Export to…"
Click "2 Settings" and select your target video format in "Export type".
3. Click "Convert" to launch the conversion.
Now, upload your video to your blog on blogspot. Create a blog under "Compose", click the "video" tab in the menu, and browse your video to upload. Wait for a while until it tells you the file is completely uploaded, and done.