> I tried googling it but I got murdered with spam and bullshit websites trying to
> make me install trojan viruses.
To converter a FLV to it's component video/audio files you can use FLV Extract.
You'll probably need FFDShow installed (everyone should have this installed, because it's so damn handy for decoding so many video formats). Once you have the separate files out of the FLV container, whatever you would normally use (Virtualdub, TMPGenc, etc...) to converter an audio and video stream into an AVI with the appropriate codecs.
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