Best way about Converting FLV files to QuickTime M

Why convert FLV files to QuickTime(*.mov) ?
With lots of free YouTube and some other on-line video downloader, now we can download lots of FLV videos. We want to share them on our Mac with QUickTime, or we want to edit and remake it, but we can't even import it to those edit tools. Should we have to become scientists to solve this? No. As we know, QuickTime file extension is MOV, and when we want to watch something on QuickTime player, we'd better get an MOV file. Here what you have to do is to convert FLV to MOV on Mac. FLV to MOV Converter for Mac will help you solve this within a few clicks.

Free download Mac Video Converter, install and run it.

How to convert FLV files to QuickTime MOV files?

Step 1. FLV to MOV Converter for Mac supports FLV input format and MOV output format. Click "ADD Files" on the top, and choose your FLV file you want to convert. If you have several FLV files and you can use Mac FLV to MOV Converter software to put them together and get a complete MOV file, just check all the files and check the box in front of Merge into one. We suggest you preview first, in case it’s in the wrong order.

Step 2. Click "Format" at the bottom of the interface, and a dropdown list will appear in front you. Here you can choose your desired format. Here I'll take MOV-QuickTime (*.mov) as my targeted file extension. If you have no idea what kind of formats that your device will support, just choose according to the device's name.

Step 3. Before pressing "Convert" button, we advise you check the setting first. Click Setting on the right of Format. If you don't know how to set your video files, the original setting will work just fine.
Step 4.Press "Convert" button begin to Convert FLV to MOV on you Mac, and get your MOV file in no time!

What is an FLV file?
An FLV file stands for Flash Video, which is a container file format used to deliver video over the Internet using Adobe Flash Player, offering high rates of compression yet ensuring the quality. Notable users of the Flash Video format include YouTube, Google Video, Yahoo! Video, MetaCafe, Reuters.com, and many other news providers.

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