How to convert SWF to FLV

The difference between SWF and FLV

SWF is the standard means of publishing dynamic and interactive animation on the web, and FLV, is the video format for adobe flash player, the standard format adopted to deliver videos on YouTube, Vimeo and other video sharing sites. Most of the video sharing sites including YouTube do not support SWF upload, to solve the incompatibility issues, the best solution is to convert SWF to FLV video format.

Scenario: I have got some .SWF clips which I want to share on Youtube and facebook. i checked the best format for Youtube is FLV, so I want to convert SWF to FLV. plz recommend me a good tool to do the job, please don't mention any online SWF to FLV converter, I've tried them all, but no one get the job done. Any suggestion?

SWF to FLV Converter is a professional application developed to decode SWF files. With this application, you can effectively convert Flash animation files to Flash FLV video format files to upload and share on web sharing sites such as Youtube, Hulu, Vimeo, Yahoo! Video, Metacafe, etc.

SWF Video Converter

Step-by-Step guide: How to convert SWF animation files to Flash FLV video formats to embed on web?

Step1: Download SWF to FLV Converter, install it on your computer

Step 2: Input SWF files.
Click "Browse" button to input SWF files from local computer folders, you can preview the imported files from the previewing window on the main interface. If you stumble on a SWF video on some random site and want to put it in your hard drive, Click "Grab SWF" and paste web address of the page where the SWF video embedded in.

Step 3: Define output parameters.
Set FLV as output video format. The options is listed in common video types
SWF to FLV

Step 4: Convert SWF to FLV.
The conversion could take up time if it is a large shockwave flash movie we are dealing with, but generally speaking, the software is blazingly fast.
Convert SWF Video

So, when you get the FLV file you want, you can directly upload it to video sharing sites like YouTube, Vimeo, yahoo video, etc….

Since FLV media is a rather friendly type for video editors, you can also import the FLV file to video editors which said no to SWF. The video editors supports FLV include iMovie, final cut pro, adobe premiere pro, edius, avid and more.