Encode Your Macromedia Flash (swf) Movies to AVI Video Flash To Video Encoder converts any Macromedia Flash (swf files) to video movie AVI or mp4 file. The converting process allowing human interaction on Flash content during conversion. Create your own video or dvd collection by converting with Flash To Video Encoder your favorite flash movies. Version 4.6 includes unspecified updates.
What's new in this version: Version 4.6 includes unspecified updates.
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"Meh, lacks options and can't handle 12 frames per second."
Version: Flash To Video Encoder 2.8
Would not allow conversion at the original frame rate. Your choices are 10,15,25,30 or 60 frames per second. Anyway, as a result, my 12 fps cartoon was choppy in Quicktime. Yellow flickered slightly, but not as much as it did in Magic SWF to AVI at 12 fps. It seems unable to handle 30fps at all. In fact, the final AVI's (I tried a few times) in 30 fps all froze my Pinnacle, Magix Movie Edit and Movie Star programs. I was able to view it in Quicktime and Windows Movie Maker.
The video file seemed to be attempting to play an audio track on the 12 fps file which resulted in warbles in spite of choosing not to encode audio. Hmmmm...
Does not allow export of a sequence of frames. If you are just collecting SWF files from the internet and archiving them for personal use so you can play them on your TV, you should be aware that if the original producer of the swf file had the audio set to "event" instead of "stream" NONE of these programs will produce a movie in sync with the audio no matter how you go about it. The "stream" command tells the swf file to drop video frames to keep the audio in sync. If the swf file has a low fps sometimes the audio will appear to sync up with the video in an swf file, but in a frame-for frame export it won't. You will have to export the file in individual frames and delete some by hand then compile, or get a program which will change the length of the audio without changing pitch.
This program couldn't handle properly-encoded SWF files (although admittedly I use a large resolution because my animations are designed with DVD in mind, not the net). Since it doesn't offer frame export, it probably won't be able to handle amateur SWF files you download at all.