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Video Encoder Engine (Linux Version)

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Video Encoder Engine for Adobe Flash (Linux Version) is a FLV encoder server engine for building YouTube-clone video sharing site on Linux servers. This video sharing solution includes full source code, step-by-step documentations, video sharing scripts and command line utilities. It can be applied to Web servers, blogs, forums and other interactive areas.

This Linux video encoder can fast convert almost all popular formats of video to FLV videos with high picture quality. In the latest version, you can even convert video to AVC/H.264 MP4 and HD video. Also, you can do advanced video editing (such as trim video clips or add watermark for the output video), batch conversion, quality control and other tasks with CGI or any other server-side scripting languages.

Efficient and Excellent Video to FLV Conversion
1 Higher conversion speed, better output quality and video converting experience than that of other Server-side Flash Video Encoder or Video to Flash Converter.
2 Convert any format of videos to FLV on Linux server side, the supported formats include AVI, MPEG, MPG, MPE, DAT (VCD), VOB (DVD), WMV, ASF, MP4, MOV, 3GP, 3GPP, RM, RMVB, etc.
3 Convert to high-quality AVC/H.264 encoded MP4 videos.
4 Encode to high definition (HD) videos.
5 Efficiently convert numbers of videos to Flash in batch mode.

Powerful and Customizable Video Conversion Functions
1 Full control over the video and audio quality for converted Flash Video files.
2 Customizable audio sample rate, bit rate, channels and volume via command-line parameters.
3 Customizable video dimension, frame rate, key frame interval, bit rate, etc.
4 Convert video to FLV with different zoom modes (LetterBox, Pan and Scan, Stretch) for better visual effect.
5 Create thumbnail for a specified time point or frame.
6 Advanced video editing functions let you crop the video efficiently.
7 Encoding the video clip of a specified time period (trim video).
8 Add watermark for the output video.