How to convert FLV to SWF on Windows/Mac OS
Part 1: why we need to convert FLV to SWF
In this modern time, there are many fantastic FLV videos online. People love to upload these wonderful videos to their websites or blog finally find they won't be able to do this. For it is needed to convert FLV files to SWF format.
Part 2: How to convert FLV to SWF
You can take the specific FLV to SWF Converter for reference. Doremisoft Video to Flash Converter is great software enable us convert FLV and other popular video formats to Flash SWF files. There are two different versions for Windows and Mac OS X (includes Lion) separately, Video to Flash Converter and Video to Flash Converter for Mac, which could be downloaded for free trial.
Note: The Step by Step User Guide is about Doremisoft Video to Flash for Mac. And this guide is also available for Windows users for the similar operating procedures besides tiny difference which pointed out in the end of this article.
Step by Step User Guide
Step 1: Import FLV videos
After downloading the Mac video to flash converter and installing the software by instructions, you can click the shortcut button on desktop to launch the program. There are two ways to import FLV video files:
1. Click "Add Video" button to select files from your local disk, you can select many FLV videos in one time.
2. Open your disk and directly drag the FLV files to be converted and drop them into the control panel.
Step 2: Choose SWF as output format
Click the "Custom" button and go to the Step 2 of the custom window. Press "Generate SWF" or "Generate HTML" to set FLV or SWF or html page embedded with flash video as output formats. And you can set the destination folder the output SWF videos will be saved.
Step 3: Start Conversion
Click "Start" to launch the conversion from FLV to SWF. All the conversion process will cost you seconds.
Tiny difference between Mac and Windows version
The tiny difference between Mac and Windows version is the different interface, offers different user experience between Mac and Windows Users. And below is the screenshot of Windows Video to Flash Converter.