JING is a powerful and practical screen-capture and screencast utility developed by TechSmith. It can conveniently capture images from your computer desktop and do some simple editing on them. Besides, JING can also record videos playing on your computer and save them in .swf format. This is a very useful function, and in other words, it could be one of the fastest ways to make an SWF video clip! However, for Mac users, they cannot make full use of JING because the captured SWF videos cannot be edited and played on Mac.
As many Mac users are asking how they can use the JING SWF videos on Mac – import JING to iMovie for editing, play JING SWF on QuickTime, etc., I’m providing an easy method here: to convert JING SWF to Mac accepted video format via using a professional third-party JING SWF Converter, such as Doremisoft JING SWF Converter for Mac. Below is how (convert JING to iMovie for example):
After capturing SWF videos by JING, run the JING SWF Converter, and then click "Select File" to load the flash SWF files to the converter.
Follow Profile > Applications > iMovie to set the iMovie-friendly output video format. If you want to customize the output parameters, you can hit the "gear" (settings) beside.
Double check the work you’ve done above. If there’s not any problem, then click "Next" to go to the conversion panel. Press "Start Conversion" button to begin to convert JING SWF to iMovie. By the way, while converting, you can preview the video as well. Just a while, the conversion will be nicely done. After that, you will be able to import the converted JING captured videos to iMovie for editing.