As we all know, all kinds of Apple/Mac devices and applications including the iPhone, iPad, iPod, iMovie, FCP, iTunes, QuickTime, etc. do not support the SWF videos since they don't have the Adobe Flash Player. That's really inconvenient either for work or for entertainment since SWF is one of the most commonly used and seen formats. There're many chance that we need to use the SWF files on Mac like inserting SWF to Keynote. I've found many Mac users wondering how they can use the SWF files on Mac applications without Adobe Flash Player:
I am using a screen record program called 'Jing', on my mac. The one problem I am encountering is editing video in iMovie. The clips I'm making are '.swf' (flash) files, that for some reason, I cannot seem to open in iMovie. Can I convert these to .mov files for free in some way? Or maybe I need to figure out a way to get a free program to edit my swf files?
I would like to know how it is possible to take a flash file from its flash format and convert it into a movie file like a quicktime file. For I want to playback it on my QuickTime player. Help please?
How can we fix such kind of problem? Well, actually, if you want to import SWF to iMovie on Mac Lion for editing, or play flash SWF on QuickTime, the easiest way is to convert the flash SWF to Mac accepted formats such as MOV. QuickTime MOV is the default video format of Mac OS and iOS, which means if your video can be open with QuickTime (in MOV format), it can be used in any Mac devices and applications.
To conduct such conversion, you will need a third-party SWF Video Converter for Mac (or SWF Video Converter for Windows if necessary) to help. A powerful converter like Doremisoft Mac SWF Converter can help Mac users handle most difficult SWF conversion problems. Of course, this kind of SWF converter can not only convert SWF to MOV, but also can convert SWF to a lot more other formats. For example, you can convert SWF to M4V on Mac so that you can transfer it to your iTunes library.
For more information, you can click to http://www.doremisoft.net
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