How to Make FLV Files Work in After Effects

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This article focus on problems which occur when import FLV files into After Effects and provides a quick and easy solution.
 
If you want to edit video in AE, you will find that AE do not support the FLV format, which means that you need import other formats supported by AE. So you need the video converter to convert FLV to AE editable format, then you can import and edit FLV in After Effects.
 
 
Here is step-by-step guide on transcoding FLV to MOV/MPEG-2 which is friendly with After Effects on MacOS (Sierra) with Dimo Video Converter Ultimate for Mac. This video app can help you easily change FLV into a different format (e.g. mov, wmv, mpg) for using in After Effects with least quality loss. 
 
By running it, there's no need to set the codec yourself: the program has optimized presets for After Effects. Besides, it supports almost any popular audio and video output formats, even most devices and applications. Also, it lets you set some important video parameters like video encoder, resolution, bit rate and frame rate. If you're using a PC, please turn to Dimo Video Converter Ultimate.
 
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How to convert FLV for editing in After Effects
 
Step 1. Import FLV files to the video converter
 
First, run this program. Then, find your local FLV files and select the ones you want to edit in After Effects. Next, directly drag these files from the computer to this app's pane. Alternatviely, click the "Add File" button in this app to guide you to find the local FLV files you want to import to this app.
 
 
Step 2. Choose a friendly format for Adobe After Effects
 
Select a compatible format for After Effects. Go to the "Editor" category and select "Adobe Premiere" as the output format. The preset is specially designed for PR/Veags but the output videos seamlessly fit After Effects CC, CS6, CS5.5, CS5, CS4 and more. Meanwhile the quality of the FLV video will kept.
 
 
Tip: The default setting works well. Of course, if you want to customize video and audio encoding settings, just click the "Settings" button to customize these settings. You can adjust the output video/audio resolution, frame rate, bit rate, etc. to customize the output files to get the best quality you want.
 
Step 3. Convert FLV to After Effects
 
Hit the "Start" option at the bottom-right corner of this app to convert FLV to MOV/MPEG-2 files for After Effects. A while minute later, the conversion will be finished. And at the moment, you can find the converted files in its output folder. Then, import the output files to your After Effects for video editing.
 
Tip: The software can convert video to other formats, such as, MP4, VOB, MKV, AVI, etc. and to iPad, iPhone, iPod, HTC, Samsung, etc.
 
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