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Converting *.swf to *.avi

PainlessPainless Posts: 14Member
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  • zxjingzxjing Posts: 2Member
    Just know that there is a commerical one called Aspose.Flash which may support converting swf to avi. However, I don't know there are any open sources. :(
  • AERAER Posts: 4Member
    Use powerful flash library - [link=http://f-in-box.com/]F-IN-BOX[/link]
  • lilyanlilyan Posts: 3Member

    Higosoft [link=http://www.higosoft.com/convert-swf/convert-swf-to-avi.html]swf to avi[/link] software provides a free trial for download, and registered users are entitled to free lifetime updates and technical support.


  • lilyanlilyan Posts: 3Member
    Higosoft swf to avi software provides a free trial for download, and registered users are entitled to free lifetime updates and technical support.
    Original from: [link=http://www.higosoft.com/convert-swf/convert-swf-to-avi.html]swf to avi[/link]

  • lilyanlilyan Posts: 3Member
    Higosoft swf to avi software provides a free trial for download, and registered users are entitled to free lifetime updates and technical support.
    Original from: [link=http://www.higosoft.com/convert-swf/convert-swf-to-avi.html]swf to avi[/link]

  • nancy0903nancy0903 Posts: 6Member
    We know DVD has 6 regions.1: North America; U.S. territories; Bermuda 2: Europe; Western Asia; Kingdom of the Netherlands etc. 3: East and Southeast Asia; 4: Oceania; Central and South America; Caribbean; Mexico; 5: Africa, Central and South Asia, Belarus, India, Mongolia, North Korea, Russia, Ukraine; 6: Mainland China.

    Most commercial DVDs use encryption that keeps them locked to one or more "region codes," meaning the discs you pick up in other continents usually won't play on an American DVD player.

    Although laptop DVD drives are technologically capable of playing any DVD, they force you to switch among region settings to play imported discs. Try switching this setting more than a fixed number of times (five over the entire life span of the computer), and the setting will be locked forever.

    For the free VLC player so far only support to Mac OS X 10.5.4, if your Mac has updated to 10.7 Lion OS, then you can use Mac DVD Ripper to solve the problem by converting DVD to other video formats for playing on iTunes, QuickTime, Apple TV etc. [link=http://www.doremisoft.net/guide/mac-the-ripper-lion.html]mactheripper lion[/link]
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