Question: I need to convert .swf files to .mov files. I’ve downloaded every possible converter for Mac out there, and none recognize my .swf files. Can’t import them. SWFs remain grayed out.
SWF is an Adobe Flash file format used for multimedia, vector graphics and ActionScript. SWF files can contain animations or applets of varying degrees of interactivity and function. SWF file is currently the domain format for displaying “animated” graphics on the Web.
SWF file has many advantages including graphics can be scaled easily, fast loading, easy and smooth compression and transparency support. However, the major disadvantage of the SWF files is its poor compatibility. You cannot play a SWF file unless it has Macromedia Flash installed on your computer.
For those people who really concern with the incompatibility programs, you can use Jihosoft SWF Video Converter to convert SWF to MOV format which is more compatible to play with QuickTime player, VLC Media Player, etc on both Windows and Mac computer. For Mac users, you can download SWF Converter for Mac to convert SWF to MOV on Mac OS X Mavericks/Mountain Lion.
Here we show you how to convert SWF to MOV on Mac computer with the Mac version. It applies to the Windows version as well.
Step1: Download and install the Mac SWF to MOV converter
Step2: Input Flash .swf file to the program by clicking “Source”
Step3: Select “MOV” as the output profile under “Codec”
Step4: Click “Capture” and then “Start” to begin the conversion
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