Xilisoft FLV to WMV Converter FAQ
Q1: What are system requirements for running this FLV to WMV Converter?
A: If you want to run this FLV to WMV Converter on your PC, here are the system requirements:
- Microsoft® Windows XP (SP2 or later), Windows Vista or Windows 7 OS
- 1GHz Intel/AMD or faster processor
- 512MB or above RAM
- 100MB available disk space for installation
- Super VGA (800×600) resolution, 16-bit graphics card or higher
Q2: Where do I download this FLV to WMV Converter?
A: Please download this FLV to WMV Converter from our website at
Q3: I have gotten my license code and how to register?
A: First please run the program and click 'Help > Enter License Code…' option to open 'Registration' window. Then copy and paste your license code and user name in corresponding text boxes to register.
Q4: How to get started with this FLV to WMV Converter?
A: You just need to click 'Add Files' button to load video/audio files into the file list and check items you want to convert, select the needed profile and then click 'Convert Checked Item(s)' button to start your video converting.
Q5:How should I do to check the loaded file's information in the program?
A: You need highlight it first and run 'Properties' item in the 'File' menu. Then you can read the information of the file, such as Bit Rate, Frame Rate, in the following dialog-box.
Q6:Where are the other settings like Frame Rate and Sample Rate appeared on the right of the main interface in the previous versions?
A: On the top right, beside the item 'Basic Settings', there is a button called 'Show Advanced Profile Settings'. An extendable panel will show other settings after clicking it. You can set audio Bit Rate and Sample Rate, as well as other items there.
Q7:How can I modify the settings on the right panel of the interface for my conversion job?
A: Before you modify anything, you must highlight the file you want to convert in the program. Besides the values we have offered, you can simply enter a number you want for the conversion of most output formats, such as audio Bit Rate, Sample Rate. Sometimes, it would be limited by the output format and other conditions.
Q8:Is it possible to save the profile with the modified settings as a new one for use next time?
A: It can be done by the 'Save As' button. After you finish the modifications, please click this button and finish other jobs following instruction. After the profile is created, you can delete or re-name it as you like.
Q9: Is it possible to get a clip/segment of my video file converted?
A: Yes. You need set 'Start Time' and 'Length' to get the clip you want. It is on the 'Advanced Profile Settings' panel. First of all, you should highlight your video file in the program. And then enter correct values for 'Start Time' and 'Length', which can be found on the right. panel of the interface. For example, if you want the first 3-minute-clip from the 10 minutes of the whole movie, please enter '00:00:00' for 'Start Time' and '00:03:00' for 'Length'.
Q10:How to avoid the glitch during the output audio playback?
A: Maybe you have set a smaller value for audio bit rate which is also on the 'Advanced Profile Settings' panel. Please try larger one for it. Generally speaking, the default value we offer can assure a good result.
Q11:What does 'Add Output Profile' mean?
A: If you want to get same source, title or chapter, converted into different target files with different formats or different configurations, this function will help you. It will be activated after you highlight the loaded file you want to convert. After clicking it, a new profile item is added below the file that you chose so that you can highlight it and select any other profiles for it.
Q12:How can I know the most proper values for video and audio bit rate within the output size I expect?
A: We have a small tool in the 'Tools' menu, Bit Rate Calculator. By this tool, you will get the proper values for video and audio Bit Rate respectively according to the output size you enter there. Once again, you must highlight the title or chapter that you want to convert first. What you decide there will be shown in the relevant items on the right automatically after you confirm them.
Q13:Why does my PPC stop and close the player suddenly when playing the output WMV file?
A: Maybe your PPC can not support the video size which you use in the conversion. It might be too large to be afforded by PPC. Please lower it. Actually, we have offered several options for certain models of PPC in the 'Profile' list. If you use those options, the output files will be played well.