Thursday, July 18, 2013

How to Edit Flash SWF in Final Cut Pro

Flash SWF file can’t be imported to Final Cut Pro directly. Want to edit Flash SWF in Final Cut Pro? Here is the right place. This guide will share you an easy way to convert SWF to Final Cut Pro supported video format, and let you edit SWF video in Final Cut Pro freely.

Jihosoft SWF Converter for Mac is a powerful and simple-to-use software which support converting SWF to many different video formats like MP4, AVI, ASF, MOV, WMV, FLV, etc. Also, it comes with advanced video editing features, like, trim video to an ideal size, crop video to remove unwanted parts, add watermark to personalize the video with your own picture, etc. Just free download one and have a try now.

Step by Step Tutorial of Converting SWF to FCP Video on Mac 

Step 1: Add SWF Video File 
Free download, install and launch SWF to FCP Converter for Mac. Click the “Source” button to select the target SWF file, and click “Open” to add it to the program.

Step 2: Set Output Format 
From the drop-down menu of “Codec”, select Final Cut Pro or the video format that can be supported by Final Cut Pro like MOV as output format.

Tip: This SWF to FCP Converter software allows you to customize the output video parameters like video resolution, frame rate, bit rate, audio channel, sample rate, etc.

Step 3: Convert SWF to FCP on Mac 
Finally, click “Capture”, then in the pop-up dialog box, click the “Start” button to begin conversion of SWF to Final Cut Pro supported video on Mac OS.

Step 4: Import SWF Video into FCP
Now launch Final Cut Pro. Click “File” then “Import” to import the converted SWF file into FCP. Then you can freely edit your SWF video with Final Cut Pro.

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