Flash Video Splitter 1.6.3.32

Updated: 28 Jun 2022

5 from 2 Reviews

Flash Video Splitter is a codec which allows you to view FLV files locally, on your computer. Apart from Flash Video Splitter, you will also have to install the FLV decoder.
FFDShow can be enabled to play this format by selecting FLV1 from Decoder tab.

Flash components are easily played online, because most Internet browsers are equipped with special plugins.

On the other hand, FLV files stored on your computer need special codecs.

The latest versions of this codec come with some useful changes, such as bogus tags being ignored when opening a file and seeking tags, repairing HEVC streams files during playback, fixing parsing of metadata strings, corrected Speex audio codec work, fixed seeking and playback etc.

This lightweight splitter may be exactly that one thing you are missing in order to play FLV files successfully.
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5 from 2 Reviews

5

Flash Video Splitter 1.6.8.7400
on 19 August 2013 , reviewed by:

how do i install it?

5

Flash Video Splitter 1.0.0.5
on 05 January 2009 , reviewed by:

works better than ever, especially seeking. Now I have no lag seeking in files where a previous rev had up ...

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