April 23rd, 2015 by Smile Harney
Many popular websites, like YouTube, Hulu, MySpace, Google Video, Yahoo Video, Metacafe, Reuters, etc adopt FLV video format as one of their regular video formats and most popular Media Players can support to play FLV, like VLC Player, Real Player, etc. However, if you want to play FLV in Windows Media Player or PowerPoint directly, you need to convert FLV to WMV, AVI or other video formats.
To fulfill converting FLV to WMV, you will need a FLV to WMV converter. Here iDealshare VideoGo is highly recommended by users. iDealshare VideoGo can batch convert FLV to WMV at fast speed and with original video quality. It also support directly download FLV from YouTube to WMV, MP4, AVI etc video format.
Besides converting FLV to WMV, it can also convert FLV to MP4, FLV to AVI, FLV to MOV, FLV to 3GP, and FLV to MPG, etc to match with your various devices. It even can convert video to FLV video format like convert WMV to FLV, MP4 to FLV, AVCHD to FLV etc.
What's more, this powerful FLV to WMV Converter can also edit the exporting video format while conversion, such as crop, rotate, cut, merge or add video effects, subtitle or signature or remove watermark, etc.
The following part explains the step by step guide to convert FLV to WMV.
Click the "Add file" button to import FLV you want to convert to WMV. Or you can also simply drag and drop FLV to this FLV to WMV Converter.
Click the "Profile" button to select "WMV Windows Media Video(*.wmv)" as the final exporting format from the "General Video" category.
Click the "Convert" button to start and finish converting FLV to WMV video format..
FLV is a Flash Video and is used to deliver video and animation online. As one of most common used video format on the internet, FLV was originally developed by Macromedia and later acquired by Adobe. FLV is used by many popular video sharing websites, such as, YouTube, Hulu, MySpace, Google Video, Yahoo Video, Metacafe, Reuters. FLV can be viewed in any browser with the installation of Adobe Flash Player or browser plugin.
WMV is a compressed container format created by Microsoft. WMV works well on Windows-based devices, like Windows Media Player, Microsoft Zune, etc. However the compatibility with non-Windows based devices is poor, which decides that WMV has not become one standard web format.