SWF to AVI Converter can convert SWF files to many different formats which is enough for nearly every device you might have. From MP3 player to mobile phones, SWF to AVI Converter definitely simplify these operations by checking the cache of your web-browser (IE, Opera or Firefox) and displaying all the swf files that your browser has saved while browsing. Sometimes website developers set meta tags which restrict SWF caching and in that case SWF to AVI Converter will help you very much.
The SWF to AVI Converter is very easy-to-use and user-friendly. Also it can provide the best capability to convert SWF to AVI and other video formats with No skip frames and without audio loss data during conversion. SWF to AVI Converter can convert SWF video to avi, mpeg, mp4, 3gp and flv in three steps: Choose flash SWF file from your computer, Choose a profile and set technical parameters for the output, Record to convert your flash to the format you want. It's designed with powerful editor functions. It allows you to select codec for recording, including Microsoft video 1, Divx6.8.5 codec, Helix YV12 YUV code. That let it record sound with the outstanding virtual sound card technology and converting swf with leading audio and video codec. MPG output can be also used as materials for DVD authoring software. When converting SWF to avi, mpeg, mp4, 3gp and flv, the SWF to AVI Converter gives your full control to customize video bit rate, frame size, frame rate, audio bit rate, audio channel and more.
First and foremost, download the SWF to AVI 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.
Import the SWF files into the converter. No more special skills, just 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 be imported into the program automatically.
Choose proper output format for the imported file. To do this, first play the SWF video, and then hit "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, iPad Mini, etc. exist. Just select the one meets your need as the output format.
Click the big button on the lower right to go to the conversion window. There, press the "Start" button to begin the conversion from SWF to the designated video format. By "play/pause" the SWF video, and dragging the process bar, you can control over the whole conversion in real-time, which means you will get certain part/parts of the video as per your need. Click "Stop", then the SWF file will be converted perfectly. A pop-up window will show you the destination of the converted file.
Audio Video Interleave (AVI) is a special case of Resource Interchange File Format (RIFF). AVI is defined by Microsoft. The .avi file format is the most common format for audio and video data on a computer.
Audio content or video content that is compressed with a wide variety of codecs can be stored in an .avi file and played in Windows Media Player, if the appropriate codecs are installed on the computer.
SWF to AVI Converter support almost all the codec. SWF to AVI Converter offer 8 video codec and 5 audio codec to choose, including mpeg4, msmpeg4, msmpeg4v2, mpeg2video, mpeg1video, libxvid, h263, flv and libfaac, ac3, mp2, libamr_nb, libmp3lame. With all these codec, SWF to AVI Converter can satisfy all your demand.
The file format SWF (originally standing for "Small Web Format" , later changed to "Shockwave Flash" by Macromedia, then again changed back to Small Web Format when the company chose to have the phrase "Shockwave" only refer to Director, pronounced swiff or "swoof") a partially open repository for multimedia and especially for vector graphics, originated with Future Wave Software and has come under the control of Adobe. Intended to be small enough for publication on the web, SWF files can contain animations or applets of varying degrees of interactivity and function.
SWF currently functions as the dominant format for displaying "animated" vector graphics on the Web, far exceeding the use of the W3C open standard SVG, which has met with problems over competing implementations. It may also be used for programs, commonly games, using Action script.