Once you’re done with your `editing’ you can export your video as a FLV file, SWF or MP3 file.
For FLV export, you can export it as a FLV file to your hard drive or to Moyea Video Converter 2 (a separate program) if you need your file in other video formats like DVD, MP4, 3GP or WMV.
The next option is to export to SWF if you’re going to embed your video into your website or blog. Choosing this option brings you to the skin setting window where you can customize your web video player.
You start off choosing the player skin. Since you’re in the free version, you’re only allowed to choose one of the three common skins. If you upgrade to the Ultimate version, you get to pick between classic, opaque, transparent and translucent skins.
You can also choose special effects filters to use with your video and also choose a preloader for your video. Done with your selection, you are ready to export to SWF.
In the free version, you can’t change your video output folder. It has to be in the FLV Editor Lite folder. Your file will be exported as SWF with FLV and you could choose to generate the HTML if you want to embed the player into your website or blog.
The drawback is there are no automatic folders created for every video you export. If you’re exporting several video files, they’ll all be lumped together on a single directory. To overcome this problem, you could create folders manually after each export, so that you will not be faced with the problem of having to locate your files.