What is SWF?
SWF has been referred to either as 'Small Web Format' or 'Shockwave Format'. This vector-graphics format was designed for delivery of graphics, both inert and animated, and sounds over Internet. It is not intended for exchange between graphic design applications. SWF is used extensively for displaying animated elements on the web. It is also widely used in games. SWF files can be generated by Adobe products, such as Flash Editor, Flex Builder, and more. Some open source and third party applications can also be used for building SWF files. It takes a Flash Player to play an SWF file. In order to make SWF animation more compatible, it is advisable to convert SWF to AVI.
Total Movie Converter has a few advanced features. It has command line support, by aid of which you can convert your files from within other applications. This AVI converter integrates into Windows; therefore, you can manage your files right from the desktop. The built-in video player permits you to view your videos before and after conversion and thus estimate the quality of your videos. The program wizard will help you select parameters, which include audio/video bit rate, sample rate and frame rate.
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