With very simple settings, the XviD to SWF Converter could rip XviD to Flash file super easily and fast, and the converted small size Flash Video, SWF files can be easily shared with your friends and family by E-mail, FTP upload, or just regular storage devices.
XviD to SWF Converter is a powerful Flash SWF Encoder to convert XviD files into SWF format. It also can convert almost all video formats, such as XviD, AVI, WMV, MPG, MP4, FLV, 3GP, RM, RMVB, MOV, VOB to FLASH Video (SWF, FLV) formats. With XviD to SWF Converter, users can select different player themes for this free flv player software. Within its options, people can define the control panel position, show or hide the control panel, change control bar style, control panel color, button color, time color, and more.
To get started, please download the XviD to SWF Converter for Windows or Mac, set it up to the computer according to the instruction. After that, run the program to enter its interface.
On the tool bar, there are three options. Click the first "Add Video" button, a new window will appear, then, select your XviD videos and load them into the program.
Audio & Video Settings: Click the "Customize" button on the tool bar, a new window will show up and then press the "Step 1", you are able to set audio sample rate, channels, encoder, bitrate, adjust video width, height, encode, bitrate and frame rate as per your wish.
Select Output Format: Click "Next" button to go on the next step. You will see a small window with four types of output formats: "Generate FLV", "Generate SWF(Embed the video in SWF and play in timeline & Play the created external FLV file progressively ), "Generate HTML" and "Generate thumbnail". Simply pick the one that meets your need. For example, if you want to embed DVD movies to your blog, you should choose "Generate HTML".
Now that the optional editing and customization hav been done, you can begin the conversion from XviD videos to Flash(FLV/SWF) by pressing the "Start" button. You can preview the output video on the preview window.
DivX is a brand name of products created by DivX, Inc. (formerly DivXNetworks, Inc.), including the DivX Codec which has become popular due to its ability to compress lengthy video segments into small sizes while maintaining relatively high visual quality.
The DivX codec uses lossy MPEG-4 Part 2 compression, where quality is balanced against file size for utility. It is one of several codecs commonly associated with "ripping", whereby audio and video multimedia are transferred to a hard disk and transcoded.