Sothink SWF to Video Converter 2.4 Build 80312
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What's new in Sothink SWF to Video Converter 2.4 Build 80312:
- Enhanced Features:
- Converted files can be played more smoothly.
- Support recording original sound directly so users do not need to adjust
- the audio settings any more.
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- FILE SIZE:
- 6 MB
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- DEVELOPED BY:
- SourceTec Software
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- C: \ Internet \ WEB Design \ Flash
Sothink SWF to Video Converter is a powerful software solution developed to convert SWF files to the common video formats.
Because such a task may seem a bit more difficult to rookies, the whole app was designed as a wizard, with well thought out options and a very intuitive GUI.
The program can convert SWF files to AVI, MPEG, MP4, 3GP, GIF and even other image formats, such as BMP, PNG and JPG.
Furthermore, it can import audio content from an external file, with supported formats including both WAV and MP3.
Besides the fact that it lets users crop the SWF file, add a watermark and set transparency, Sothink SWF to Video Converter also comes with a pack of settings that seem more appropriate to advanced users.
For example, you can choose the video encoder, adjust frame rate and video size, select one of the two conversion modes (interactive or frame by frame), set up audio formats and configure capture settings.
The conversion engine is fast and reliable, with just a moderate amount of hardware resources used during the process. Sothink SWF to Video Converter can be loaded on any Windows workstation on the market, without the need for administrator privileges on Windows 7.
As a conclusion, it's pretty clear that users who want to convert SWF files to video formats should really give this app a try. It has a bit of everything to attract both rookies and experienced users, while running smoothly on all Windows versions out there.
Sothink SWF to Video Converter was reviewed by Bogdan Popa, last updated on June 12th, 2012
Runs on: Windows All
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