How to Convert Flash SWF for Playback on iPod with SWF to iPod Converter?

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    How to Convert Flash SWF for Playback on iPod with SWF to iPod Converter?

    Does Macromedia flash haunt you? Have you ever made a flash yourself, and do you boast about them? Want to play them on your own iPod? Most importantly, want to see it again and again on the move? If exactly, here we go!

    Which formats does iPod support?
    Currently, iPod support audio formats AAC, Apple Lossless, MP3, MP3 Variable Bit Rate (VBR), WAV, and AIFF, and support video formats H.264 and MPEG-4 (Simple Profile).

    So we can not play SWF files in iPod directly as it doesn't support SWF formats. Try Moyea SWF to iPod Converter to convert the excited SWF movies to the video formats that iPod support! Download the converter software?Moyea SWF to iPod Converter from and install it on your computer.

    1. Input Flash Files
    On opening the software, you will get the following window, which is for single mode conversion. If you have only one file to convert, please go on with it. If many, you can click the "Switch to batch mode" tab on the top left to shift to the single mode conversion.

    Click "Browse" to input your flash files on your computer, and click "V" immediately behind to choose from "From Folder", "From IE Cache", and "Flash Projector", and there will be a dialog box pop up accompanying with each preference. In it, click the file name, and it will play automatically, then click "OK". On the right of the playing pane are the properties of the flash file. Click "Export" to set the export settings.

    Tips: Click the "Original" in the box to set the background color. You can set the basic color or the DIY color as the background color.


    Click "Original" button next to "Background Color" to set background color; Click "Camera" icon to capture a picture and save as JPG, BMP, THM format, click "Folder" icon to open the folder which saves the captured picture files.

    2. Export Settings
    ? Click the box under "Format", and a drop list will cascade, choose your output file format from it.


    ?Click the "folder" in the "Export to" box to set output destination, and click "Locate", destination folder will pop up immediately.

    ?Select check box before the "Rip Audio", then audio will be extracted and generated as a single file. Click folder on the right to browse for the audio destination folder, and click "Locate", the destination folder will pop up itself.

    ?Click "Converter" tab in menu to convert.

    Tips: Manual Mode can help to get a better result for interactive or AScript controlled files with few frames.

    3. Convert
    If you have chosen "Always forward" conversion, then the process which is the same with "Batch Mode" will automatically processed. If you have chosen the "Manual Mode" conversion, the following window will pop up; you can do according to the instruction on the top. Then the program will play the file for you to set start and end points of the capture.

    Conversion of Flash to iPod MP4 movie is merely a 3-step process, and what leaves is to import the encoded iPod MP4 movie into your cute iPod player and sit back to enjoy with itunes

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    Post Originated from Vista Support Forums
    desertfish, Feb 2, 2010
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