How to Post the Flash Video onto Your Blog?

1. The advantage of playing Flash video online

The common videos are files composed of frame sequences. When the video starts playing, the frames are being played as per the sequence. In contrast, Flash video is a file controlled by scripts which is smaller in size and more convenient for transmission on the Internet. In other words, the Flash videos are generated in the dynamic process.

In order to post your favorite videos onto the website, your personal blog and BBS to share with others, you need to convert the videos into Flash format first. But by what means shall you convert the video formats such as AVI,

MPEG,WMV in to a totally different format? The answer is that you need a Flash conversion tool, which can decode the common video formats and encode them in to FLV.

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2. Conversion tool from video to FLV

Moyea Flash Video MX or Flash Video MX Pro both can perfectly convert videos to high-quality FLV or SWF with more functions like DVD conversion and Flash 8 codec with Alpha channel compatibility only included on Flash Video MX Pro. The Flash MX series also offer various playback skins with different styles for the SWF file, and automatically create an HTML page to display the SWF file.

Under "File settings", you can adjust the width, height and bit rate to make the videos customized to meet your own demand. With Flash Video MX, you can add special effects, movie beginning and movie end, edit frame rate and audio effect, add multi-functional control bars to the generated Flash files, and even replace the original audio with your favorite music in the output Flash.

The key point is that you should tick the box of "Generate SWF file " for it is the most important part for transmission online as the SWF here acts as a embedded player for the Flash video thus the viewers have no need to download other players to watch the video created by you. For more information, please refer to the lefft image.

3. How to post the converted Flash video onto your blog?

If you want to upload the Flash video from your local computer onto your blog, under the mode of "Editing", please upload by clicking the button of "Add Flash" directly. Provided that you want to embed a Flash video from other websites like YouTube, first please familiarize yourself with your blog site on what kind of video embedding methods it supports.

Generally speaking, there are two kinds of embedding methods: embedding by copying the Flash site or embedding with HTML code. For example, if icons hereafter are shown, it means the blog site supports the embedding method of copying the Flash site.

Supposing on the blog page, there are options of "showing the source codes", "transfer to HTML source codes mode", it indicates that the video is inserted by using the HTML codes.

4. How to embed a video from YouTube?

To embed a video from YouTube, just copy the code from the "Embed" box on the video's YouTube page. You will see the "Embed" box in the "About This Video" box when you're watching the video. You can also get the code from the "Embed HTML" box on the "Edit Video" page if the video belongs to your YouTube account.

To embed a YouTube video within a blog post, first click "Edit HTML" from within the post editor. Next, paste the video's code into the body of your post.