Word on the net is that Adobe Labs is releasing a FLV2 to MP3
converter. I have heard this for a month now. Anyone has an idea
when its being released? We have a burning project and really
convert those FLV's to MP3's so they can be downloaded by the user
(we record audio with FMS2). Do you have another solution for the
convertion? I have been looking all over the Net and this issue is
driving me mad, especially since our client is sitting on our back.
thanks in advance and greetings
jonblow, Dec 26, 2006 3:59 AM
There's nothing else available at the moment in terms of a
server side solution.
Although there is supposed to be an FLV2MP3 application
released soon on Adobe labs (sometime... your guess as to when is
as good a mine), my understanding is that it will be a beta product
and won't be licensed for commercial deployment. I guess we'll see
how it plays out.
Hm, I believe you because I can't seem to find a working
solution across the net, but I see www.podomatic.com and
www.audioblog.com. They use FMS to record the audio and offer it as
MP3 download immediatly. So there must be a way.
Maybe via another format? FLV to SWF to Mp3?
Just because there are sites that suppor the functionality
doesn't mean there's a publicly available solution.
I would guess (and I"m just guessing here) that if the sites
you mentioned are using FCS/FMS to handle the recording, they have
also made their own deals with Nellymoser for the codec and
developed their own server application to handle the conversion.
Perhaps you might try contacting them to see if they'll give you
some insight as to how it was achieved.
If you do get in touch with them, you might ask them what the
magic word is to get the Nellymoser people to answer an