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May 9 2013 5 09 /05 /May /2013 10:55

Have you met the problem that cannot playback downloaded vivid SWF videos on your Media Player Classic? Many people may suffer the problem since SWF format is widely used on the video sharing sites like Yahoo Video, Google Video, YouTube, etc. So, easily the downloaded videos can happen to be in the SWF format. If we are the “lucky” one to download SWF files, how can we smoothly playback them on Media Player Classic?

 

To achieve this easily, you can rely on the credible software named iOrgsoft SWF to MKV Converter. It is able to convert SWF to MKV efficiently and effectively with amazing output quality at a fast speed. How fast? Just within a few mouse clicks. Is it fast enough for you? Well, since MKV is well compatible with Media Player Classic, it is a good idea to convert SWF to MKV.

 

Actually, the SWF to MKV Converter can not only transfer SWF to MKV but also convert SWF to AVI Mac, SWF to MOV, SWF to VOB, SWF to RMVB, etc. Yes, you got me right. It is able to convert SWF to many common video formats on Mac. So, if you tend to upload SWF videos to your Facebook, you might as well use it to convert SWF to FLV Mac. Furthermore, it does well in extracting audio from SWF video and can save the output audio files in AAC, AC3, AMR, M4A, MP3, MP2, AIFF, FLAC, RA, etc.

 

What’s more, if you want to import SWF videos to popular editing software like Final Cut Pro, Final Cut Express, Quicktime, iTunes, etc for further editing before playback them on other devices, you can use the software to convert it to proper formats before you input them to the editing software.

 

Besides, SWF to MKV Converter allows you to make your personalized videos with its built-in editing and setting functions. You can crop videos, alter the video dimension, add copyright, logo image as watermark. Or you can adjust the video parameters like resolution, frame rate, encoder, bi rate etc.

 

With such powerful software, you don’t have to worry too much about how to play your downloaded SWF videos on other devices anymore.

 

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