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How to Convert FLV to iAudio

Author: Betty | Email
Website : WWW.MOYEA.COM


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What is iAudio Player?

iAudio MP3 Player is an MP3 music Player, with 20GB capacity for 13,000 songs(about 900 records), non-stop playback for 40h *2. With Studio, Live, Club , and Arena sound effects preset, you are set to be absorbed in the vibrant, sharp, or gentle tune.

The file formats it supports are: MP3, WMA, OGG, ASF, FLAC, WAV, MPEG4

Why to convert FLV to MP3, WMA, ASF, WAV, MPEG4?
That’s to shift the flv content to the playback on the iAudio, and enjoy music on the go.
How to convert FLV to iAudio with FLV to Video Converter Pro?
Install and launch Moyea FLV to Video Converter
In order to finish this guide, please install the Moyea program of FLV conversion
Once it is installed, launch the converter program, and this is the main interface:

Step1. Add flv files

Click “+” button on the top left corner to import.

Double click for an instant preview.

Set the OUTPUT folder for your target file in “Export To” box


Step2.Crop, Logo, Text, and Effect Adjusting (Selective, if not necessary, pass this step

Stretch the dot frame over the pane on the bottom left corner to determine the video dimensions for your iAudio MP3 Player.

Click “Logo”, “Text” and “Adjust” for advanced settings like watermark, which is bonus.

Step3. Output Settings

Click “2 Settings”, select in the “Export Type” cascading droplist for MPEG4 MP3, WMA, ASF, or WAV.

Step4. Convert

Click “3 Convert” to start the conversion. A twinkle of time later, please check your output folder for your MP3, WMA, ASF, WAV, or MPEG4 and load it into your iAudio MP3 Player immediately for the content.

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