6 Replies Latest reply on Mar 28, 2017 10:45 AM by ClayUUID

    Convert ".FLC" (Autodesk Animator Pro-created animation video) to MP4 & then edit in Adobe

    ladyofla Level 1

      I recently inherited a twenty-year-old video game suite (4 games). The games are educational, extremely useful, and beautifully designed. I want to keep the games alive and perhaps port to additional platforms. Games currently run on Windows 10 as well as earlier versions of Windows. Animations that belong to the games reside in Autodesk’s Animator Pro-created “.FLC” files. I’m looking for modern animation software that can be used to edit the “.FLC” files or for software that can convert the “.FLC” files into a format that can be edited by Adobe Flash Professional, Adobe Premiere Pro or some other modern animation software. It looks like I have found free software that can convert “.FLC” files to MP3, MP4, AVI, WMV, FLV, or MOV. I can get access to CS6. The first question is which video format should I choose? I’m thinking MP4. And the last question is which program would be best for editing the resulting converted animation Adobe Flash Professional or Premiere Pro or some other program. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.