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Convert SWF files to QuickTime movies using Classic
Authored by: stephenhart on Feb 24, '08 08:29:30PM

When we tried this, it worked, but only up to a point. The .swf will play, but the exported .mov file has no audio track.

According to the Perian site, there's no support for .swf.

Capturing a .swf file with SnapzPro is certainly doable, but is very time consuming.



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