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Editing a recording

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Aug 13, 2008 Aug 13, 2008

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I have several questions regarding the offline (downloaded) recordings.

1. Any suggestions on how to edit a recording that has been downloaded?

Seems like an additional program (like Adobe Media Player) is needed just to play the recording when is has been downloaded offline.
2. With that in mind, does that mean if I put the recording on a CD or non-Flash -based server that the end user will need to either download a player or have it on the cd to be installed?

3. Seems like most NLI editors won't recognize the offline (Including Adobe Premiere Pro) .flv file or isn't it a true .flv file?

4. Wasn't Presenter 7 suppose to be able convert files and why does it do such a poor job of allowing offline .flv file to be inserted into a PowerPoint?
Thank you in advance

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Aug 18, 2008 Aug 18, 2008

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Yes the options offered by Connect are very basic. For playback or importing into Premiere I've used these sites to convert the FLV to WMV
http://www.zamzar.com/
http://online.movavi.com/
Good luck!

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