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We offer a range of tools, to help you convert your files in the most convenient way for you. As well as our online file conversion service, we also offer a desktop app for file conversions straight from your desktop, and an API for automated file conversions for developers. Which tool you use is up to you!
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Tools to suit your file conversion and file compression needs
You'll find all the conversion and compression tools you need, all in one place, at Zamzar. With over 1100 file-conversion types supported, whether you need to convert videos, audio, documents or images, you'll easily find what you need and soon have your files in the formats and sizing that work for you.
FLV Video Format FLV Converter
FLV stands for Flash Video file, and is a file format developed by Macromedia (now owned by Adobe Systems) for streaming video over the web using Adobe Flash Player. It’s a container format, consisting of a header and packets of metadata, as well as the synchronised video and audio data streams.
In the early days of YouTube and online video sharing, FLV became the de facto file type for most video players. Over time, and with the move to HTML5 as the Apple standard for streaming video, popularity of the FLV format waned. Since 2020, the format has no longer been supported by Adobe and web browsers, and Adobe advises uninstalling the Adobe Flash Player due to security concerns. However, you should still be able to open FLV files with VLC, Nullsoft Winamp, Windows Media Player Classic, and Adobe Animate.
MP3 Audio Format MP3 Converter
MP3 is the most common format for storing and playing digital music. It’s short for ‘MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3’, and it was developed in the early 1990s as a way of compressing audio to create smaller files that could be easily shared and stored without losing too much sound quality.
MP3 is a universal format maintained by the International Office for Standardization (ISO). MP3 tracks will play on almost any device and with most media players, including Windows Media Player and Apple Music. Digital music took off in the 1990s and 2000s, and many users used media players to ‘rip’ CDs, or download tracks from sites like Napster, turning MP3 into the most common audio format. Because MP3 uses ‘lossy’ compression that can’t be reversed, some music listeners prefer to use other formats such as FLAC, even if the file sizes are bigger.
How to convert a FLV to a MP3 file?
- 1. Choose the FLV file that you want to convert.
- 2. Select MP3 as the the format you want to convert your FLV file to.