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Telestream Flip4Mac Studio Pro HD 3

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Flip4Mac WMV Studio Pro HD lets you import, export and play Windows Media file in QuickTime applications.

Features

Playback Windows Media Video 7,8,9 SD and HD, and Windows Media Video 9 Advanced in QuickTime Player directly
Import Windows Media Video 7,8,9 and Windows Media Video 9 Advanced
Convert to other QuickTime formats Edit Windows Media files
Windows Media Video 9 single-pass video encoding constant (CBR) and variable (VBR) bit rates
Windows Media Audio 9 Standard up to 48 kHz audio sampling rates
Mac WMV Export Component lets you export Windows Media files directly from within QuickTime-based application running on the Mac OS X platform. It supports QuickTime Player, iMovie, Final Cut Pro HD, and more. By encoding right on your Mac, you save time and the hassle of working with different systems and software packages.
Simply select Windows Media from the list of available formats in the Export function of your QuickTime-based application. You can either set the format parameters or set the specific format parameters you desire.

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