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In my web application, I play video files. To do that, I need to be able to convert any type of video file to *.flv. How can I do this without using any third party tools?

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Updated 28-Jun-10 8:33am
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Why reinvent the wheel? Using ffmpeg (from the commandline) is probably the best way to do it right now. I've done it on web sites, winforms apps, and windows services. It will certainly take less time to implement (I'm not entirely convinced you have the programming chops to implement this on your own - I know I don't).
 
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LittleYellowBird 28-Jun-10 11:09am    
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"Why reinvent the wheel" = good advice

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