How to Convert FLV to SWF (Windows 8 included)
Have downloaded lots of online FLV videos from video-sharing websites like YouTube, and want to convert FLV to SWF for uploading to your own website or blog etc to share with others? If so, a users-friendly FLV to SWF converter (Windows 8 supported) is indispensible, helping you convert FLV videos even any other video formats to Adobe Flash file format (SWF) for uses, with good quality.
You can directly get such a smart tool from here. This article offers you two version of this app: Video Converter for Mac and Video Converter for Win. Just download and install the right one according to your operation system. And then follow the guide below to convert FLV to SWF in Windows step by step, while for Mac users, you can refer to here: Mac Users' Guide.
Step 1: Add FLV videos to the FLV to SWF converter
Hit the button to select and import FLV files from computer to the program. Also, you can drag and drop these FLV files to this app. Note that this app supports batch conversion. You can import several FLV files at one go.
Step 2: Choose SWF in the output format list
Open its output format list by hitting the "Output Format" button on the right side of each video task bar, and then select "SWF" in the "Format">"Web" category.
Note: Want to edit your FLV files before conversion, do things like cutting, cropping, adding effect, watermark, and subtitles etc? If so, you can do it all directly in this Video Converter for Win.
Step 3: Convert FLV to SWF
On the lower-right corner of the interface, there is a "Convert" button. Just click it to perform FLV to SWF conversion. The process could take awhile, mainly depending on the size of FLV files and the performance of your PC. You can get a "Open Output" option immediately when the conversion is done. Click it to open the output folder to find the SWF files there.
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