MOV is a file extension used by QuickTime-wrapped files. MOV video file is a common multimedia format often used for saving movies and other video files, using a proprietary compression algorithm developed by Apple Computer. The format contain video, animation, graphics, 3D and virtual reality (VR) content or text (for subtitles, for example). The advantage of MOV files is the ability to contain abstract data references for the media data.
You have downloaded some interesting flash SWF movies from website and want to playing them with QuickTime. However, QuickTime don’t accept SWF format. Under this situation, you will need to convert flash SWF files to MOV videos. AST SWF Video Converter will help you make it. It is a professional tool which can convert SWF to MOV with ease.
SWF Video Converter for Win and SWF Video Converter for Mac are two different versions available. Here this article take the Mac version as example to show the detailed steps about converting SWF to MOV.
Step 1: Download and install the free trial version of SWF to MOV Converter for Mac. Run it on your Mac Computer. Click on the “Source” button on the main interface to import the flash .swf file.
Step 2: This Mac SWF Video Converter allows you to preview the SWF video by clicking “Play”. Besides, you are permitted to crop the imported SWF file. Just click “Crop” to delete unwanted parts.
Step 3: SWF to MOV Converter for Mac supports wide range output video formats. Here, from the appeared drop-down list of “Codec”, choose “Mov - QuickTime” as the output format.
Step 4: The program offer advanced editing features allow you to customize the imported video. You can change the output video properties like Video Resolution, FrameRate, Audio Channel, SampleRate, Bitrate, etc.
Step 5: Finally, click on the “Capture” button, the “Record” window will pop up. Click “Start” to begin converting SWF to MOV on your Mac. Then click “End Record” to stop conversion at any time.
Video Tutorial of How to Convert SWF to MOV on Windows 8:
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