Doremisoft SWF Video Converter is an intuitive and functional program, which facilitates users to convert flash SWF video to various video formats like AVI, MP4, FLV, WMV and more with optimal output quality. With the handy SWF to Video Converter, a few mouse clicks will complete converting a SWF file to target video format or mobile devices like iPad 4, iPhone 5s, etc. Tutorial will be demonstrated in two parts as below:
For preparation, you should press the "Try Now" button to download Doremisoft SWF Converter and then install it to your computer. Once the converter is installed, double click the icon to run it and follow the step below to launch the conversion with ease.
First and foremost, import the SWF files into the converter. To do this, simply click the "Select File" icon on the upper left of the main interface, browse media folder you save the .swf file, choose it and then press "Open". The file will then be loaded onto the converter automatically.
After importing the SWF files into the program, hit "Next" button to go to the new window and select your target video format. Click the "Profile" menu bar and you will see a drop-down list, where different video formats and optimal presets for applications like iMoive, Final Cut Pro, portable devices like iPhone 5, iPad Mini, etc. exist. Pick out your desired output format with ease. For example, if you want to play Flash SWF on your Galaxy S4, you can choose "Samsung" > "Samsung Galaxy S IV(*.mp4)" as the output format.
Press "Next" at the bottom right. Then click "Start" to launch the conversion. You can view the process of the conversion in real-time and you have the control over it by "play/pause" the SWF video, or dragging the process bar, which means you will get certain part/parts of the video as per your need. Click "Stop" and the clip that you want will be converted successfully. A pop-up window will hint you the destination of the converted file.
In the "Option" panel, you can customize the detailed output video/audio parameters including encoder, frame rate, bitrates, resolution, sample rate, channels, etc. Of course you can use the default mode without making any customization.
In the toolbar, there is a "Crop" button which allows you to crop the SWF video as you wish. Press the button, then you will be able to crop the unwanted part like the black frame or logo of the SWF file. Simply use the mouse to drag the dashed frame or fill out the blanks of Left, Bottom, Width and Height. Note that you can keep the original .swf file format if you only need to crop the SWF file but don't want to change the file format -- just choose SWF as the output format is OK.
Select "Add Watermark" in the "Crop" window, you can add watermark to the SWF file. Click the folder-shaped icon to select the image/picture from your computer as the watermark to the video. These image formats are supported: .bmp, .png, .jpg, and .gif. You can customize the dimension, location and transparency of the watermark freely.