How to convert SWF to WMV?

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How to convert SWF to WMV?

Postby cici116819 » Thu Oct 20, 2011 7:16 pm

How to convert SWF to WMV?
Moyea SWF to WMV Converter is an essential SWF to WMV converter that makes SWF files can be played in Windows Media Player or edited by video editing software. Its user-friendly interface and clear guidance guarantees a very easy operation for all-level customers.
The detailed tutorial below show you exactly how to convert SWF to WMV with Moyea SWF to WMV Converter in both single and batch conversion mode.
Step 1: Launch the program and click "Browse" to select the way you want to input SWF file.

Step 2(Optional): Preview the SWF file on the left screen and set the background color if necessary. Click "Capture" icon to capture images during the playback, and click "Open" icon to check those saved images in JPG format.

Step 3: Click "Export" tab on the top, select WMV as the target output format from the "Style" drop-down menu.

The advanced settings of WMV format.

Note: you can also choose to convert SWF to image format in the above-mentioned "Export" interface and check the advanced setting menu for the selected image format as well.
Step 4: Click "Convert" tab to start the performance testing, and then you will see the interface below.

Term Interpretations on the Interface:
1. Option: where you can set Performance Testing, Stopped Frame and Loop.

2. Play and Capture: click this button to start SWF file playback and capture at the same time.

3. Snapshot: click this button to capture specific pictures during the playback.

4. Finish: click this button to complete capture and then start the encoding process.

Step 5: When the encoding process completes, confirm the "Conversion Completed" prompt to enjoy the dynamic SWF file in WMV format.
Well, above instructions are for single-convert mode, if you want to convert multiple SWF to WMV at a time, please proceed to the following part.
Step 1: Click "Switch to batch mode" upon the program launch.

Step 2: Click "Add" to input multiple SWF files at a time.

Step 3: Repeat the previous steps for single-convert mode and the perfect multiple SWF to WMV conversions are just few clicks away.

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