|⇒ Category:||Video Files|
|⇒ Developer:||Adobe Systems|
📌 An .F4V is a video container node stored in the Adobe Flash format. Particularly, it holds video encoded by H.264 codec, metadata and audio in AAC v2/AAC v1/HE-AAC/AAC+ specifications. In practice, the .F4V data files are primarily exploited for the streaming of TV-shows, programs and movies online. The .F4V file standard has been opened up and invented in 2007 simultaneously with the consequent release and deployment of Flash Player 9 Update 3 app. Essentially, the .F4V resource definition relies on ISO MP4 format, which correspondingly operates on the basis of Apple QuickTime technology, and is marked as a base media file specification by IEC 14496-12/ISO standard. On the logic and structure, .F4V extension samples are close to the .FLV Flash Video category, but utilize “boxes” to store and handle relevant media data.
📌 .F4V file records can be fluently opened up and played by multiple designated media players, such as VLC and Media Player Classic. Besides, as the technology has been originally invented, distributed and promoted by the Adobe company, you may also make use of Adobe Flash Professional toolkit, which further development and support is currently remaining in discontinued and ceased state. Furthermore, you may convert .F4V file objects into other alternate formats by referencing the Wondershare Video Converter Pro suite, distributed on the proprietary foundation. At last, you may play back and reproduce .F4V media entities on Android shell by utilizing MX Player or VLC applets, freely shared from the Google Play store according to open license conditions.