FLV to iPod Convert v.3.0


FLV to iPod Convert can simply and fast convert FLV to MP4 files without any loss of quality. So you can enjoy your favorite Flash Flv video on iPod, iPhone, PSP. You can trim source Flv and convert it to MP4. It supports batch conversion. Easy to use.Features of FLV to iPod Convert:1. Convert flv to mp4 video.2. Convert flv to iPod MP4 video.3. Convert flv to iPhone MP4 video.4. Convert flv to PSP MP4 video.5. Support batch conversion.6. You can convert a segment of flv to mp4 video.7. Able to customize the size of output video file.8. Fast conversion.9. Excellent quality of output video.10. Really easy to use.

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  • FLV to iPod Convert
  • 3.0
  • Lumixsoft.com
  • Win All
  • Shareware
  • 3.77 Mb
  • 210

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