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I'm trying KeepVid to save video clips off Youtube, iFilm etc. Saving them is easy enough but some of the clips are flv files. I use VLC media player to watch them but I need something to convert flv to a format compatible with the Creative Zen Vision M. Something really easy & hopefully free. I have Windows XP. I use IE but have been trying Firefox as well. Any suggestions?
Here's one you can try: Ultra Video To Flash Converter or, If you're not dedicated to using KeepVid, here's a program that supposed to download the video clip, and convert it to .avi or .mpeg format, on the fly. That way you only need one program, instead of two: VDownloader
Let us know which one you decide on, and how it works.
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