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Watching videos on YouTube is indeed highly preferable due to their vivid and vivacious nature that tempt you further to enjoy them time now and again. Alongside, there are many other online destinations as well that allow you to watch and download FLV videos. In order to make the most of such motion pictures with crystal clear quality, it would be better to convert them to MPEG using a FLV to MPEG converter. Thankfully, now with the help of ArcSoft MediaConverter, you can easily fulfill such a coveted wish within no time.
MediaConverter helps to convert the videos from FLV to MPEG format thereby enabling you to play them on your desired media player. The entire conversion process needs you to go through few simple steps after which you would be able to watch the concerned video in the MPEG format as per your desire.
Steps to convert FLV to MPEG in few clicks
It is all due to result of sound technology that the FLV to MPEG converter has attained ultimate success among the users. You can convert your desired FLV file to MPEG for maximum enjoyment by following few simple steps. Before moving ahead, free download and install the program on your computer.
Launch the software and click the "Video" button on the left panel to import the FLV file that you want to convert to MPEG.
Move to the right panel and click the button to opt for the MPEG format since it is the one in which you want to convert your FLV file.
Finally, to convert FLV to MPEG, click the button to start the procedure. If the past two steps have been performed correctly then your FLV file will be converted to MPEG without any hassles.
In case of wrong procedures being adopted, the software will prompt alert messages instantly regarding the concerned problem. These may include "Conversion Failed. The output format may be invalid", "Cannot be imported. Duplicate file found", and so on.
If you want to change the resolution of the output file then you can do so by clicking the button at the bottom of the right panel. From the "Video Output Format" drop-down list, choose your preferred resolution.