How to Convert FLV to MPG on Mac OS X (Mountain Lion included)
1. How to convert FLV to MPG on Mac OS X (Mountain Lion, Lion included)
FLV is short for Flash Video, which is widely used by video sharing sites like YouTube, Vimeo, Dailymotion, etc. This tutorial will show you how to convert .flv to .mpg video on Mac OS X. Whatever it's downloaded from websites, or just created with video making software. The suggested FLV to MPG Converter for Mac can convert FLV to MPG with high quality and fast speed. It can also convert WMV, MP4, MKV, MOV, AVI, TS, MTS, AVCHD, HD Video to MPEG-4 video for Mac.
Step 1: Free download and install FLV to MPG Converter for Mac
Two versions of FLV to MPG Converter are available. The Intel version is for Intel processor based Macs, while PowerPC version for PowerPC processor based Mac computer. Free download suitable version below:
Step 2: Add FLV video files to convert to MPG
Click File -> Add Video Files button to browse your computer hard drive and select FLV video files to convert to MPG format.
Step 3: Select output format as MPG video
Click image button at right of each video item, set output file name and choose output format from Format list. It support MPEG-1, MPEG-2 encoding .mpg video.
Step 4: Start to convert FLV to MPG on Mac (Mountain Lion supported)
Click Start to convert flv to MPG video on Mac running Mac OS X Snow Leopard, Lion, Mountain Lion etc., just leave it alone and do anything else you like.
With Mac FLV to MPG Converter enhanced editing functions, you also can trim, crop, add effect on your video, merge several flv video clips into one file, and extract audio and image from FLV on Mac.
MPG usually refers to .mpg file extension name. It's generated by MPEG-1 or MPEG-2 standard. The former is used VCD (VideoCD), while the latter by SVCD or DVD. After convert FLV to MPG, you can burn it to VCD or DVD for playing on TV. Another similar video format is MPEG. With FLV to MPG Converter for Mac, you can also convert FLV to MPEG. It's an all-in-one video converter for Mac. Try it.