Can’t play the downloaded H.264/AVC files from Flash video sites? How to play H.264/AVC files on Window 8.1 or Mavericks? What is the best video player able to play H.264/AVC files? Before make an H.264/AVC file playable on your computer, you’d better know the details about H.264/AVC.
What is H.264/AVC?
H.264/AVC is a video compression format used for the recording, compression, and distribution of video content.
a. One of the video encoding standards for Blu-ray discs.
b. Videos from YouTube, iTunes Store, Vimeo; web software such as Microsoft Silverlight, Adobe Flash Player; various HDTV broadcasts.
You may have tried a lot of video players like VLC, Windows Media Player, and GomPlayer, but everything just didn't work like a charm! To avoid being driven insane by H.264/AVC files, it seems that the proper solution is to convert H.264/AVC to a friendly format like SWF, ASF, F4V, or FLV for video players on Windows 8.1 or Mavericks with an H.264/AVC video converter. Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate can help realize transcoding from H.264/AVC to SWF, ASF, F4V, or FLV.
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How to convert H.264/AVC files to SWF, ASF, F4V, and FLV on Windows 8.1/Mavericks?
Step 1. Import H.264/AVC files
Run the video converter for H.264/AVC on PC and click “File” ＞ “Add Video/Audio” to import H.264/AVC files.
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Step 2. Choose SWF, ASF, F4V, or FLV as output format
Click the format bar to choose output formats. Find FLV, F4V, and SWF output formats under “Flash Video” option in the format list, and get ASF under “Common Video” option.
Step 3. Convert H.264/AVC to SWF, ASF, F4V, or FLV
Start converting H.264/AVC files to SWF, ASF, F4V or FLV by clicking “Convert” which is quite obvious in bottom right screen.The conversion progress won’t last long, and after conversion, just drag the converted H.264/AVC files to the video player on your Windows 8.1 or Mavericks for free playback.