MPEG-4 as well as Flash files feature many various extensions and as such can often confuse the user. Generally speaking any video converter that supports both of these formats (MPEG-4 and Flash) should be capable of converting one to another and vice verse. You may find more options if you look on the MP4 to FLV conversion.
Convert MPEG-4 video file format to Adobe Flash mp4 multimedia.
We have found 3 software records in our database eligible for .m4v to .f4v file format conversion.
Microsoft Windows software - convert m4v to f4v on Windows
A free and powerful video conversion utility, SUPER is based on FFmpeg, MEncoder, MPlayer, x264, MusePack, Monkey's audio, Shorten audio, TAK audio, True audio, WavPack, the libavcodec library & the theora/vorbis RealProducer's plugIn.
Convert from m4v file
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to f4v file
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The tables with software actions are a good pointer for what a certain program does with various file types and often may give users a good hint how to perform certain file conversion, for example the above-mentioned m4v to f4v. However, it is not perfect and sometimes can show results which are not really usable because of how certain programs work with files and the possible conversion is thus actually not possible at all.
A freeware video converter, Freemake Video Converter is very simple to use and it is recommended for beginners.
Freemake supports about 200 video and audio formats. Freemake also supports Blu-ray disc burning. It is helpful to download flash video from the websites and upload video on YouTube video service.
Apple macOS / Mac OS X software - convert m4v to f4v on OS X
Pavtube HD Video Converter is converting tool for Apple Mac OS X operating system that allows users to to convert MKV, MOV, MXF, MTS, M2TS, M2T, TS, TiVo, M4V, MP4, AVI, MPG, VOB, WMV, ASF, 3GP, FLV, F4V videos to any video formats for playing, editing, uploading or burning on Mac OS X.