First and foremost, download the SWF to MOV 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.
The QuickTime (.mov) file format functions as a multimedia container file that contains one or more tracks, each of which stores a particular type of data: audio, video, effects, or text (e.g. for subtitles). Each track either contains a digitally-encoded media stream (using a specific codec) or a data reference to the media stream located in another file. Tracks are maintained in a hierarchal data structure consisting of objects called atoms. An atom can be a parent to other atoms or it can contain media or edit data, but it cannot do both.