SWF is widely used to create animated display graphics, browser games and TV commercials thanks to the great interactivity. Undoubtedly, you can access lots of SWF files from some websites. However, you might find yourself in the trouble when handling the SWF files, for example, trying to play SWF video on portable devices like iPhone 5S but failed, or, be prevented from editing SWF files in iMovie, Final Cut Pro, etc. All of these problems are caused by the format incompatibility issue. To tackle the problem, Doremisoft SWF Converter for Mac will be of great help. A detailed guideline is specailly provided as below, showing you how to deal with SWF format by using this great converter.
The very first thing you should do is to get the program ready. You can download the free trail version of SWF Converter for Mac, install it by following the instruction, after that, run the program immdiately. You will see a user-friendly interface as below.
To import SWF source file, you can click on the "Select File" button on the tool bar, select the target file and it will be loaded to the program. Interestingly, it will start to play automatically. Afterwards, click "next" to move on.
Once press the "Profile" button, you will get a format list which is full of various video formats(AVI, FLV, MOV, MKV, M4V, HD AVI, HD MPEG-2, HD MPEG-4, etc), audio formats(MP3, WMA, AAC, WAV, RA, M4A, AC3, etc) and rows of optimal presets for most popular devices(iPhone, iPad, HTC, Blackberry, Nokia, Samsung, etc), applications(Quicktime, iMovie, FCP, etc). You can choose the proper output format according to your requirement. For example, if you need to edit SWF file in Final Cut Pro, you should choose "Final Cut Pro"-"Apple ProRes 422(*mov)" as the output format.
After choosing the output format, you can press the "Output Path" button and create a file folder to save the converted SWF file. Then, hit the "Start" button and the conversion will get started right away. You can view the process in real-time. You can also pause or stop the conversion if needed. A pop-up small window will notify you when the conversion is done.
Here comes the most interesting part. With the built-in editing tool, you can edit SWF source file and make it as ideal as possible.
Output Video/Audio Settings
"Default" and "Customize" modes are avaiable in the "Output Setting" column. Click the "Customize", you are able to customize the parameters of output video and audio including encoder, frame rate, bitrates, resolution, sample rate, channels, etc. If you don't want to make any customization, please choose the "Default" mode.
Crop SWF Video
Click the "Crop" button, you will enter a new interface, where you are free to alter the size of SWF file. To do this, you can customize the parameters of "Left", "Bottom", "Width" and "Height", or drag the dashed frame freely.
Add Watermark to SWF Video File
Would like to embed watermark to the source video? That's easy! Simple click the "Watermark" button next to "Crop", then tick the check box of "Add image watermark", then, press the folder-shaped icon to load the desired image/picture into the program. Besides, you can customize the size and location of the watermark. In additon, you can drag the slider to adjust the transparency freely.