Where o Where Has My FLV gone?

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Camtasia 7.1
I want to produce my final videos as FLV
Where in the World is Carmen San Diego FLV option?
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payitforwardeveryday

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Posted 9 years ago

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Ryan Eash, Instructional Designer

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Choose Custom Production Settings in the Production Wizard; Flash outputs; and then expand the File format drop-down menu (on the Flash controllers page) to locate FLV as one of the options. MP4 is selected by default.

Here's an image that should help.



-Ryan
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Daniel Foster, Snagit strategy lead

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Odd, mine looks more like this...

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Ryan Eash, Instructional Designer

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Nice one!! :-)
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payitforwardeveryday

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How do I get to the Production Wizard and is there a way to keep the FLV as the default option instead of having to change it?
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Ryan Eash, Instructional Designer

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Here's a short video that should help you find the Production Wizard.

http://screencast.com/t/PWxjJhC6 (0:50)

Once you've chosen FLV and produced out your video, the Wizard will remember your settings for future projects until you go in and change them.
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David M. Converse

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You can also create your own Production Preset if you need specific settings to use over and over. In the Production Wizard popup menu, click Add/Edit preset to get started.
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Shane Lovellette, Employee

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I'm curious why you prefer FLV over MP4?

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