Creating Flash Videos with H.264

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I am running Acrobat Pro 9 on my Windows 7. I created embedded video clips and save it as PDF files which I put into code through FLV. Lately, I’ve been talking a lot about having Flash on my iPad and wonder what if I embed the video as H.264 as an alternative to FLV. I initializes a test video and gather all to H.264 and utilized it with  Roxio Copy and Xvid4PSP. I am done with the testing but the dialog box is still showing, Your file will be converted. There is no check box for “maintain H.264 encoding”.  My question now is since there is no checkbox present, does it mean that my videos are not amenable? Or I made an error when I install Acrobat? Do I need any graphical changes in the H.264 controls? How can I tell if those videos are already converted to Flash? Which among FLV and H.264 is best to use? I need your knowledge on this, so anyone please help me. Thank you.

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Creating Flash Videos with H.264

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To find out if the video have already been converted into flash is a simple process. You will just need to check the file extension of the videos, and if you find that they have a *.swf extension that will mean that they have been converted into flash videos already.

But if the videos have some other extension, then it will be clear that they are not being converted to the flash video file format, and the possible cause for that will be the settings that you have configured to use in the application. You will need to review them and change them if possible. Otherwise you may just need to reinstall the application.

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