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Apps: FlashVideo Converter, Speedy Mac, Sound Grinder

updated 06:35 pm EST, Thu November 6, 2008

Happy Holidays!, Nisus

  • FlashVideo Converter 2.2 ($100) is a tool for converting Flash SWF and FLV files to video files such as MP4, MOV and MPEG. Version 2.2 has improved the overall video quality as well as the movie size optimization feature. An option for selecting background color is also now available along with other various bug fixes. [Download - 15.1MB]

  • Speedy Mac 3 ($25) is a utility that gives users the ability to quickly access items for everyday work by organizing them into a menu. Version 3 now has the ability to put multiple text clippings into a clipboard, then access those clippings from the menu. The update has also added fixes for all known issues as well as optimized memory usage. [Download - 2.7MB]

  • Sound Grinder Pro 1.1 ($300) provides users a set of waveform editing and and batch-processing tools. The update has added a new Portion/Extract Tab which allows users to extract a specified portion of an audio file. Version 1.1 also features: support for MPREG 4 audio files, a new volume fader with mute, new plug-ins including Trim and Insert Silence, and custom settings for controlling how tails are handled when processing with plug-ins. [Download - 12.6]

  • Happy Holidays! 2.10 ($10) allows users to create unique photo cards for various events. Users can add personal photos and personalized messages for customizing each card. The finished cards can then be sent via email or printed off. The update adds support for 5"x7" photo cards and a new filter has been added to the template picker. [Download - 29.3MB]

  • Nisus Writer Pro ($) is an entry level multilingual word processor with features such as table of contents, indexing, bookmarks, cross references and text wrap. Version 1.2 has added a new file importer which has improved file translations. Additionally, export options for Word (.doc) and Open Document (.odt) files have been added. [Download - 116MB]

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    1. davidg

      Joined: Dec 1969



      Why not download the free Perian and then buy QuickTime Pro for a fraction of the price? That will allow you to open Flash Video and save in whatever format you like.

    1. JackWebb

      Joined: Dec 1969



      Exactly my thought. I've already done that with Perian.

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