I have an Adobe Connect recording (of a training that took place), that I want to make available off line. I can view the recording via Adobe's Media player but the learners do not have the media player.
I then went to Adobe's Website to download the latest version. On the home page (middle right), one can see a section "Download", I clicked the "More" button (to the right of "Download"), but nothing.
I eventually found info on Adobe's Media Player, BUT it is not good i.e. it says that they do not support it anymore.
That is a bummer.... where to from here? How do I get my learners to view an FLV file?
Then to make matters worse I opened the video clip in Adobe Premeir only to find out that it does not import the audio. I then imported it into Adobe Media Encoder (to convert it to a wmv). No luck. It seems to leave the audio out all the time.
Anybody out there able to answer these two questions?
i have the same issue..iam holding online classes and want to give the pupils the actual file so they have it for reference on there pc.Ive found that when you record for a length of time the audio will go out of sync.So i have tried to import to premier but wont.i also tried to use a program to extract the audio from the flv so then i could import the audio as a seperate track..but even the extract program wont recognise the audio because its not Nellymoser...this is a major issue if your wanting to create professional classes.And when your in australia and pay 50.00 a month it would be nice to be able to have this working correctly.
You can easily go to Adobe Connect Central and access the recordings page for the room that was used to make the recording. You can then select make offline. Once you select that Adobe Connect Host Add-in will launch and will require that the entire meeting be played. While it is playing it is making a local copy on your local hard drive as a single FLV file. That FLV file can be played using Adobe Media Player that comes with the Adobe Creative Suite. You can also play FLV files with many free players by using Google to search for free FLV players. Your choose on that. The other option is to use file converters from FLV to any other format you desire. There are free video file converters and some for pay. Your choice on that one. Again...Google search for video converters. I convert from FLV to MOV or AVI or M4V all the time. Then you can send out the video file in any format that matches your customer/student player.