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Old 22 Nov 2002, 09:33 PM   #1
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Default Kibisis Version 1.0 Released. Video to Flash Converter

Epinoisis Software Announces:
Kibisis Version 1.0 Released. A complete Video to Flash Converter


Kibisis is a complete Video to Flash Converter. Kibisis allows you to encode standard video and audio files into low bit rate Flash movies, ready to be streamed across today's Internet connections.

Using Kibisis you can create a streaming Flash Video, that anyone can see without the need of any special program - plugin or codec (consider that 99% of the users are capable to see Flash in their web browsers).


Features
-Convert the following video and audio formats:
AVI (Video for Windows files)
MPEG, MPG (ActiveMovie files)
MP3 Audio Format
WAV (Audio files)
-Flash 5 and Flash MX format and stand alone executable files (.EXE)
-Full control of the converted Flash Video (size, frame rate, audio and video quality,)
-Convert a selected part of a video
-Apply Video effects (Brightness, Contrast, Blur, Sharpen, Mosaic, Vibration, EdgeDetection, Despeckle, Negative)
-Add link on the Flash Video with mouse over effect.
-Replace the audio of the video with your favorite music.
-Extract audio from a video
-Add customized text over the Flash video.
-Create Audio only Flash files (useful for background music on your website)
-Add preloaders, controls (play, stop, pause, forward, rewind) and overlays.


With Kibisis you can create:

music videos
promotional clips,
banners
demonstration videos
interviews
trailers
website background music
import flash video into your current flash presentations or intros
make executable videos using flash player (for CDs and other applications)
and more....

For a free demo, examples and more information visit: http://www.kibisis.com/
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Old 27 Aug 2005, 12:25 AM   #2
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You should always have an alternative. Try Video to Flash Converter 4.1
http://www.geovid.com/Video_to_Flash_Converter/
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@ light surgeon

having taken a look at your postings so far, i get the impression you're blatantly promoting a very piece of software here at digital digest

should i come across one more link to this tool without your providing any further help, i will ban you!
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May I offer a suggestion? Modify/delete the spamming post & remove the links.

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