Over the last few years in particular, Flash has become an increasingly popular format for web-based animation. Unfortunately as much as it is widely accepted by web browsers, most media players are unable to deal with the Flash SWF files and so it may be a good idea to convert it into a more conducive and universal format – such as MOV.
As its name indicates, the Movavi SWF to Video Converter will help you to do just that. Not only will you be able to convert your SWF files to MOV but you’ll also have the option of converting it to AVI, FLV, MPEG, MP4 and much more – so no matter what format of video you need, it will have you covered.
If you’re worried that converting SWF to MOV may be complicated and technical, the good news is that the Movavi SWF to Video Converter for Windows makes the process easy and straightforward. All you need to do is:
- Click ‘Browse’ under the ‘SWF File’ field and select the SWF file that you want to convert.
- Click ‘Browse’ under the ‘Destination Folder’ field and select where you want the converted file to be saved.
- Select the ‘Video Settings’ tab and choose the format that you want – in this case MOV.
- If you want to alter the audio, click on the ‘Audio Settings’ tab and select whether you want to record from the Microphone or use the Original Settings.
- If you want to change the resolution, click on the ‘Resolution’ tab and set a custom resolution.
- Click Convert to start the conversion process.
As soon as it is done the folder where you saved the file will open in a new window and you can check the MOV file that’s been created to ensure that everything is as expected. Of course if you wanted to convert to a different format you could do so as well – just choose the format that you desire in Step 3. For more details, check out these instructions: http://www.movavi.com/support/how-to/how-to-convert-swf-to-mov.html.
At the end of the day, this is without a doubt the easiest way to convert Flash SWF files to MOV. Because the Movavi SWF to Video Converter is so intuitive, you should have absolutely no problems tweaking any of the settings and getting the type of video you want.