This tutorial explains how easily can convert your FLV files to AAC format with just couple of clicks.
Got lots of FLV videos you'd like to watch on your mobile device or laptop? With the right program such as Program4Pc Video Converter you'll be able to change the file format quickly and easily. In this tutorial, we will show you how to use our Video Converter for converting FLV files to any popular media format, such as AVI, MP4, MPG, or AAC, as well as how to extract music from your video and save it in MP3 or other popular audio format.
You don't need to be familiar with programming, video formats or settings; just run the software, choose your video, select a preset, click Convert Now and that's it!
Read this quick guide to find out how to convert FLV video format to AAC.
Open Program4Pc Video Converter and click the Add Files button to select videos for conversion. If the original video source is DVD, click the Add DVD button instead.
Step 3: Select an Output Preset
Choose the appropriate format you want to change your video files which now should be AAC. You also can find presets for the AAC format under Preset option. You may further customize the preset with adjustments to values like frame size and bit rate by clicking the Setting button.
Step 4: Launch the AAC Conversion
Choose the folder in which you want to place the converted files in the Output Folder field and click Convert Now to process the videos. Converting FLV to AAC files can take from one to several minutes, depending on the file size and the number of files you are converting.
Program4Pc Video Converter creates your new file or files in your chosen format automatically. When the process is complete, the program asks you a permission to open the folder with the converted files.
That was very easy and now you know how to use Program4Pc Video Converter as AAC converter and how to convert any video file to AAC whether it's FLV to AAC, DVD to AAC, WMV to AAC, or any other formats.
Our converter is also a fast way to extract music from movies by converting the video files to MP3, AAC, FLAC, WMA, or other audio format.