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FLV Extract -- Extract Audio & Video from FLV Files

Did you know that FLV files are really just wrapped boxes holding audio and video files in fairly standard formats? Probably not. Until I discovered this little gem, I didn't know this either. This program extracts video and audio without decompressing them and then recompressing them. Therefore, this program avoids the loss of quality that comes from doing so. The video portion is saved to AVI (H.263/FLV1 and VP6/VP6F are supported). The audio is saved to MP3. It's simple to use and very useful. The only drawback is that FLV Extract uses the 2.0 version of the .NET Framework, which is a very large download from Microsoft if you don't have it currently installed on your system.

Operating System: Windows XP or Vista with .NET Framework 2.0
Price: Free
Web Site: http://moitah.net/#FLVExtract

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If you don't have or want .net framework2.0

Flv audio extractor is a good alternative



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