has updated its Flix Pro Flash video encoder to version 3.2, adding support for importing MPEG-4, though you’ll need Apple’s QuickTime Player to do so.
With Flix Pro, you can output all types of Flash video — Flash MX, FLV video (required to import MX video into Flash), Flash 3-5 video, and Flix’s own vector video. The application supports input from a variety of sources, including .dv, .mov, .qt and .mpg video, .aiff and .mp3 audio, and still image formats like .jpg, .gif, .png, .tif, .tga and other formats. You can manipulate bitrate, batch encode, export HTML, export Mac or Windows projectors of encoded video, and much more.
In addition to MPEG-4 support, version 3.2 offers enhanced automatic player functionality (including a draggable progress bar), improved audio sync, and more. Flix Pro costs US$149. It’s compatible with Mac OS X and Mac OS 8.6-9.x.