Loading and viewing Flash movies from a specific folder can be easily done if you use a media player application that supports SWF files. Alternately, they can be opened with a web browser that has the needed plugins installed.
Queue an entire folder for playback
An even more simple method is to use a specialized tool like Flash Viewer. With a simple and easy to use interface, this program will bring a quite interesting experience onto any system which has the Flash ActiveX control installed.
This utility will allow you to load one movie at a time, or select the Flash directory and view the videos one after the other. It is also possible to move back and forth, just like through a regular playlist.
A simple set of controls to work with
Flash Viewer puts you in control of the playback and, by using just the keyboard or the mouse as well, you will be able to navigate to the next clip or to the previous one. Zoom in and zoom out commands are at your disposal so you can take a closer look at a particular bit of the loaded movie.
To exit faster from the zoomed mode, you can use the 'Show All' command. Also, if you want a more immersive experience, you can activate the 'Full Screen' mode from the 'View' menu of the application, where all the controls are neatly stacked.
Depending on the size and complexity of the SWF files you feed into Flash Viewer, you might come across occasional glitches which can be usually circumvented if the file in question is reloaded.
A few last words
All things considered, for anyone looking for an uncomplicated means of watching some Flash videos onto their computer, this software solution offers one of the simplest solutions and is definitely worth at least a try.