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November 7th, 2013

How Do I Handle SWF Video Playback Issue Freely

Different strokes for different folks. It also makes sense that hobby varies depending on the personalities of different persons. For instance, the people with strong logical thinking ability love making small inventions. While the ones who are fun-loving and creative will likely to enjoy hobbies related to arts, such as drawing, painting, sculpting or fashion design.


As to myself, I have got many hobbies including reading, drawing, cooking, listening to music, doing sports, watching various movies/videos, etc. I would spend much of my spare time on videos. You may ask where my source videos from are. To tell you what, I have never bought videos from video stores; instead, I downloaded them from the video-sharing websites such as YouTube, Vimeo, etc. I also get the videos from my friends. In this way, I can appreciate as many videos as possible free of charge, isn't it great?

Up till now, there are a ton of different kinds of videos storing on my computer, such as .mp4, avi, .mov, .wmv, swf, etc.It is good to have so many resources, but handling them is not an easy job. You know, different media players/applications support the specified video formats, for example, if I want to play the funny SWF animation on my HTC One, I have to convert SWF to MP4 Mac, making the animation acceptable by the phone. In order to play all of my videos freely, I decided to download the third-party tool called DoremisoftSWF Converter for Mac. It is said that this converter is able to convert SWF video to any other popular videos such as MOV, MP4, FLV, AVI, WMV, MPEG, MKV, 3G2, 3GP, AVI, DV, etc. Besides, it can also transcode SWF to audios in AAC, MP3, FLAC, M4A, etc with no quality loss on Mac OS. Besides, it supports transferring SWF videos to lots of popular media devices including iPad, iPhone, iPod, Apple TV, Samsung, Kindle Fire, Black Berry, Game Console, HTC, Mobile Phone, etc. After several tests, I found it really of great help. I mean, it not only carries out the conversion quickly, but with superb high output quality as well. Oh, before I forgot, this converter can help to upload SWF videos to websites for sharing. There was one time I wanted to share a piece of wonderful animation on YouTube, I have tried for over four times but failed. Later, I got to know that YouTube cannot support SWF format but FLV instead. So, I turned to the SWF converter for help. To my delight, there are built-in optimal presets for websites including YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook. It didn't take me half an hour before I succeeded in convert SWF to FLV Mac for YouTube. Obviously, I was able to upload the converted animation on YouTube smoothly. Guess what, lots of friends love this video very much.

Por kodakvideoconverter - November 7th, 2013, 22:02, Category: General
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