SWF to iPod MP4 Video Converter is a handy utility that can perfectly convert SWF to iPod MP4 Video and Audio format files. With it, you can convert SWF to video or audio from local computer and from internet by adding its URL directly.
– SWF to MP4 ( iPod Video Movie, iPod Touch Movie, Creative Zen Player Video, PSP Movie, Apple TV Movie, iPhone Video, Zune Video, QuickTime movie).
What can SWF to iPod MP4 Converter do for you?
Convert SWF to iPod / PSP movie (MP4) and Support iPod / PSP-compatible codecs such as H264, and MPEG4.
Convert SWF to image series(Animated GIF, JPEG, GIF, PNG, TIFF, BMP).
Support recording audio and ripping audio of MP3 format in an independent file, Enabling users to interact with the Flash content during the conversion.
Enabling users to interact with the Flash content during the conversion
Perfectly convert complicated Flash files and completely comply with the rule of WYSIWYG with excellent sound quality and picture quality
Adopt Lower-Playback-Speed technology to achieve accurate audio and video synchronization and no frame loss in conversion
Adopt audio-extracting technology, instead of recording, to 100% keep the original sound effect
Support batch-mode conversion
Enable users to set the beginning and ending for the created video and effectively control conversion process
Support inputting files with multiple types, including .swf and Flash projector .exe
Step-by-Step guide about How to Convert SWF to iPod MP4 Video
Step1: Free download SWF to iPod MP4 Converter and install it in your computer.
1. Input the 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 batch 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”, 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” to continue. On the right of the playing pane are the properties of the flash file. Click the “Camera” to capture a picture, and click the “folder”, the saving folder will pop up itself. 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.
2. Export Settings
① Click the box under “Format”, and a drop list will cascade, choose your output file format from it.
②Click the “folder” in the “Export to” box to set output destination, and click “Locate”, destination folder will pop up immediately.
③Select 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.
④Click “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. Audio & Video Settings
On choosing each item in box under the “Format”, values in window in “Settings” on the right will change in accordance. Change video and audio parameters by clicking each item and selecting value. Click “Save As” immediately after the box to save the profile you set as a new one. Click “V”, you can save, rename, or delete the newly set.
If you have chosen “Always forward” conversion, then the process which is the same with “Batch Mode” would automatically process. If you have chosen the “Manual Mode” conversion, then the program will auto test the performance of the flash SWF file to find the best capture and conversion speed for you. Then the program will play the file for you to set start and end points of the capture.
Of course, if you would like to re-test the performance, you can click the button “Option” in the capture step, choose “Performance testing”, then a operation window will be pop-up.
Set the working folder or just keep the default. To guarantee an accurate result, you are suggested to interact with the flash when it asks you to.
Click next, the program will auto test the performance of the flash SWF file. Later you will get a flash clip, which is the testing of the screen capturing speed. After a second, you will get the following window for you to set the screen capturing speed. Set the speed, or just keep the default. Click “Next” to continue. Check the “Mute while capture” box for silent capture.
Click “Ok” to complete the performance test. After completed the performance testing, you are allowed to play and capture the flash SWF file for conversion. Intuitively, you can face the following interfaces.
Option: Performance testing & Stopped frame.
Performance testing: If you have valued “No performance testing” in the “Export” interface and if you want to test the performance again, you can click this button and choose “Performance testing” to test the performance.
Stopped frame: you can click it to set the stopped frame to capture the flash to convert, but please note that the contents of the specified stop frame can not be captured to convert.
Play and Capture:Click it to start play and capture the contents for conversion simultaneously.
Play Movie: Click it to play the flash without capture. The button will auto change to “Stop Movie” after play movie valued, and then you can click “Stop Movie” button to stop playing the flash.
Start Capture:Click it to start capture the flash to convert if you like. The button will auto change to “Stop Capture” after start capture valued, and then you can click this button to stop capture the contents to convert.
Snapshot: Click it to capture any current frames of the playing flash file to save as JPEG, BMP and THM format. Just like the function of “Camera“, but the captured picture would be bigger than the former mentioned.
Finish: Click it to finish capture flash for conversion or exit the capture window. If you did not start capture at all, click this button will exit the conversion, and there would be prompt; if you have started capture and clicked this button, the program will only can convert the captured contents to convert, the other contents would not be able to handled. Besides, the output file may not be able to play if the captured contents are too short. Another prompt would be also occurred.
Note 1: With this software in this interface, you can drag the process bar to play and continually capture any frames of Flash (SWF file) file.
Note 2: Lowering the capture speed can improve the conversion quality. We have provided you with a default choice. It is recommended that to use the auto-counted capture speed. If the output quality is not desirable with, you can try again with a lower speed.
Then, the encoding process starts, and after a while, the conversion will complete. Confirm the “Conversion Success” and the output folder will pop up automatically. Now the rest is to enjoy your fancy!
Well, this swf to iPod converter software can also convert files in batch mode, and it is much easier.
1. Input Flash Files
On starting software, click the “Switch to batch mode” button on the top left. Click “Add” to add files from your computer folder. Click “v” immediately after “Add”, there will be a drop list cascade automatically. Choose from “From Folder”, “From IE cache”, “From Projector” to input your flash files.
Click the file name to play. Click the “Camera” under playing pane to take pictures of current video, and click the “folder” to check captured pictures saving folder. Click “Export” tab in menu for export settings.
Note: As batch mode is default with automatic conversion mode, some of interactive or AScript controlled flashes with few frames may not be processed perfectly. It is recommended to shift this kind of files to “Single Mode” to process under “Manual Mode” for a better result.
2. Export Settings
All are the same to the “Single mode”, except that you are not allowed to choose to convert in a “Manual Mode” or “Always forward”.
On clicking the convert button, you will get some twinkle interfaces. One is the Performance testing for capturing speed, the second is the capturing of screen for program, and the last is the encoding window. That is the whole process of conversion. The conversion process is fast, however, it depends on the file size, the smaller the faster. As batch mode is automatic, you can ever choose to wait, or to leave for a rest.
Then encoding process begins, and conversion completes. What the left thing for you is just enjoying the converted iPod compatible MP4 file on your iPod!