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How to import flv files in Adobe Animate

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Mar 10, 2019

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I've looked up the answer all over, but its clear that the answers are outdated. flv won't show any errors when imported, yet after I click finish nothing happens. I'm using a local drive, yet it won't open. I go to file -> import -> import video...  Then I select browse then next, then I select skin under all,then next, and then I select finish, it collects the meta data and once that window closes, nothing changes. What I find strange, is the fact that the file explorer calls this an Animate Video File, which makes me wonder why it is that animate requires a more complicated process than importing the video of a file type animate used before.

hi Benjamin

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why it is that animate requires a more complicated process than importing the video of a file type animate used before.

I am sure that Adobe advised Flash authors not to use FLV since at least 5 years (and Animate authors can be interpreted as included in this category). You can use Adobe Media Encoder to convert FLV to MP4. Use in Animate File -> Import -> Import Video ... Load external video with playback component with the MP4 format and I'm sure it works. Don't work with FLV anymore, that's history.

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How to import flv files in Adobe Animate

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I've looked up the answer all over, but its clear that the answers are outdated. flv won't show any errors when imported, yet after I click finish nothing happens. I'm using a local drive, yet it won't open. I go to file -> import -> import video...  Then I select browse then next, then I select skin under all,then next, and then I select finish, it collects the meta data and once that window closes, nothing changes. What I find strange, is the fact that the file explorer calls this an Animate Video File, which makes me wonder why it is that animate requires a more complicated process than importing the video of a file type animate used before.

hi Benjamin

benjamint53654227  wrote

why it is that animate requires a more complicated process than importing the video of a file type animate used before.

I am sure that Adobe advised Flash authors not to use FLV since at least 5 years (and Animate authors can be interpreted as included in this category). You can use Adobe Media Encoder to convert FLV to MP4. Use in Animate File -> Import -> Import Video ... Load external video with playback component with the MP4 format and I'm sure it works. Don't work with FLV anymore, that's history.

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hi Benjamin

benjamint53654227  wrote

why it is that animate requires a more complicated process than importing the video of a file type animate used before.

I am sure that Adobe advised Flash authors not to use FLV since at least 5 years (and Animate authors can be interpreted as included in this category). You can use Adobe Media Encoder to convert FLV to MP4. Use in Animate File -> Import -> Import Video ... Load external video with playback component with the MP4 format and I'm sure it works. Don't work with FLV anymore, that's history.

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