Friday, March 29, 2013

How to Convert SWF to iPad Video on Windows/Mac

Why you will love iPad? 
iPad and iPad mini can do just about anything you can imagine. Now millions of people love using iPad. Here are just few reasons why you will iPad.

Over 300,000 iPad Apps - There is almost no end to what you can do with iPad. From the Apple App Stores, you will get more than 300,000 apps made just for iPad.
Great Sizes and Brilliant Displays - iPad comes with two great sizes, and each with a brilliant display. Everything you see is bright, crisp, vivid and lifelike.
Front-facing FaceTime HD Camera - With the new FaceTime HD Camera of iPad, you can make a face-to-face call with your family and friends when you are miles apart.
Record HD Video in Full 1080p - The iSight Camera on iPad record HD video in full 1080p. So you can record beautiful times and touching moments in your life.

Well, the Retina display on iPad makes it enjoyable to watch movies on the go. However, as well all Apple devices, iPad comes without flash support. So flash funs who want to playback flash movies or animations on iPad will need to convert SWF to iPad supported video formats. Today I will share a great tool to do the conversion job, AST SWF Video Converter.

Both Windows and Mac version of this tool are provided: SWF Video Converter and SWF Video Converter for Mac. Here we take the Mac version as example. Read on the following step-by-step guide to learn how to convert SWF to iPad video and play SWF on iPad, iPad 2, or the new iPad mini.

Step 1: Download, install and launch SWF to iPad Converter for Mac. Click “Source” to add flash SWF file you need playback on your iPad.

Step 2: In the drop-down menu of “Codec”, select iPad or iPad supported video format as the output profile.

Step 3: Go to the Video Setting window to customize the output profile parameters, like video resolution, frame rate, bit rate, etc.

Step 4: Go back to the main interface, click “Capture” then “Start” to start converting SWF to iPad in the popup Record window.

Step 5: Click “End Record” to stop the conversion at any time. After conversion, the program will show you the output folder.

Video Tutorial of How to Convert SWF to iPad Video on Mac:

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