Sunday, May 5, 2013

How to Enjoy Flash SWF on Samsung Galaxy S4

As anticipated, the new Samsung Galaxy S4 comes with a 5-inch Complete HD Super AMOLD screen, which makes it wonderful to enjoy movies on the move. But nothing is perfect, as well as other smartphones, Samsung Galaxy S4 also comes without flash support. So what if you want to enjoy flash SWF videos on Samsung Galaxy S4?

Now Apex Studio introduces a nice solution - AST SWF Video Converter. This handy utility is specially developed for users to convert SWF to Samsung Galaxy S4 supported video format. In addition, two different versions are provided: SWF Video Converter and SWF Video Converter for Mac.

Here we use the Mac version to describe how to convert SWF to Samsung Galaxy S4. Read on to learn how.

Step 1: Download SWF Video Converter for Mac
Go to its official site and free download the latest version of Mac SWF Video Converter for Mac. Install and run the software on your Mac computer.

Step 2: Import Flash SWF File
Click the “Source” button on the main interface to add the target flash .swf file to the program. You can click “Play” to preview the imported SWF file inside the converter.

Step 3: Select Output Profile 
Click on the drop-down list of “Codec”, and select MP4 or WMV that Samsung Galaxy S4 supported video format as the output profile.

Step 4: Convert SWF to Samsung Galaxy S4 on Mac 
Now click “Capture”. In the appeared Record window, click “Start” to start converting SWF to Samsung Galaxy S4. You can click “End Record” to stop conversion at any time.

Video Tutorial:

More Features of SWF to Samsung Galaxy S4 Converter: 
Convert SWF into common video formats like AVI, MP4, MOV, FLV, MPEG, WMV, etc.
Trim the imported SWF file to an ideal size by setting the width and height
Crop the picture frame of a video to remove any unwanted areas
Add watermark, logo, or any other image onto the created video
Quick file conversion speed as well as excellent output quality

Video Formats Supported by Samsung Galaxy S4: 
Video Format: MP4, H.264, H.263, WMV, DivX, XviD
Video Resolution: 1920 x 1080 pixels

Related Articles:
How to Convert SWF to FLV 
How to Import SWF to Adobe Premiere Pro  

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