For Mac users, Keynote is one of the most used office software to make beautiful slideshows for presentation or else. When making a slideshow, we can add pictures and QuickTime videos to it. Not like the MS PowerPoint, Keynote does not support inserting SWF files since Mac-based software cannot recognize them. That’s very pitiful, because SWF files always make slideshows much more wonderful. Is there any means can make it possible to add SWF files right there in the Keynote slideshow?
Yes, and here is the one and only easiest way to insert SWF files to Keynote---to convert SWF to Keynote accepted QuickTime video formats. To get this job done, you will need Doremisoft SWF Video Converter for Mac (or SWF Video Converter for Windows if necessary).
Simply click "Select File" to select the SWF files you want to convert from your computer and load them to the converter.
Click "Profile" button, follow "Common Video--->MOV-QuickTime (*.mov)" to set the output video format. If you need to customize the output format, please click the "gear" (settings) beside.
Make sure that you are satisfied with everything done above, then click "Next" to go to the conversion panel. Meanwhile, you can preview the video during the conversion. Press "Start Conversion" button to start converting SWF to Keynote. In a few seconds the conversion will be completed and then you will be able to import the converted flash SWF to Keynote and play on it.