PC software to convert SWF files

The software 1AV SWF Video Converter is a PC software to convert SWF files.

SWF files are Adobe Flash files. A technology well spread and accepted on the web as the way to generate motion content inside web pages fast and light that could be loaded fast by the browser and show advanced animations based on the Flash technology of objects and frame-by-frame animation. SWF files are not like regular video files. In order to convert SWF files 1AV SWF Video Converter must first capture the SWF content to a uncompressed AVI file which will serve as the matrix to then convert to your desired or required format.

So first step is to load the SWF movie. Second step is to set the audio device for capturing the SWF audio to ‘Stereo Mix’. 1AV SWF Video Converter captures the movie audio from this audio device. Third step is to capture the segment of the SWF video you want to convert so you click the ‘Start Capture’ and the SWF movie will play and be captured until you press the ‘Stop Capture’ button which will stop the capture. Fourth you click ‘Convert’ and you are presented with a truly wide range of formats to convert your captured SWF to. Among the supported formats are MP4, AVI, WMV, MKV, FLV, 3GPP, TS, SVCD, DVD, YouTube, H.264, HD video and much more.

1AV SWF Video Converter is the SWF video converter which provides the widest range of formats to convert your SWF files to. No doubt about that. That is where it sets itself apart from the competition.

Bellow you find a video tutorial.

Should you have any questions or some information you require feel free to post your questions and I will reply promptly.

Thanks for reading,
Alessandro Ferri

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