iPixSoft SWF to MPEG Converter
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Convert Flash SWF files into MPEG NTSC or PAL, apply a logo, crop the movie, as well as configure audio and video parameters with this app
iPixSoft SWF to MPEG Converter is a Windows utility designed to help you turn Flash video files (SWF format) into MPEG. It sports an intuitive set of output settings which can be easily figured out, regardless of the user's previous experience with video conversion applications.read more
Quick setup and intuitive GUIInstalling iPixSoft SWF to MPEG Converter takes minimal time and effort. It is wrapped in a user-friendly interface, made from a regular window with a clear-cut structure, divided into multiple panes.
Import a Flash file and edit settingsYou can get started by pointing out the SWF file using the file browser (drag-and-drop is not supported), preview the video, examine information when it come to the Flash version, frame count, frame rate, movie size and ActiveX, as well as configure advanced settings concerning the player size and background color, among other aspects.
Configure output optionsIt is possible to apply a logo on the movie and set its position and transparency color, crop the video by width or height, select the output format between PAL or NTSC MPG, indicate the saving directory, as well as customize audio and video parameters when it comes to size, encoder, frame rate, bit rate, channel mode and sample rate. A batch mode is available as well, in order to process multiple SWFs at the same time.
Evaluation and conclusionThere were no kind of issues in our tests, since the tool did not hang, crash or pop up error messages. It may take a while to finish a conversion job but it uses low CPU and RAM in the meantime, so it does not affect the overall performance of the computer. All in all, iPixSoft SWF to MPEG Converter gets the job done, features many customization settings and can be used by beginners and advanced users alike.
iPixSoft SWF to MPEG Converter was reviewed by Elena Opris
Last updated on December 18th, 2014