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Convert SWF files to QuickTime movies using Classic
Authored by: nimbleswitch on May 26, '08 07:42:38AM

Hello, donsherio-

Yeah, I certainly see your concern. Dropping .swf capability from QT must have been a kick in the gut to you people with professional presentations already made. You expect improvements in a product like QT, not unimprovements. (I hate "meetings" and I'd never get myself into a position to have to give a presentation, so I'm not hit by that.) But why do you suppose Apple did that? (Were it Microsoft we were talking about, I wouldn't even ask. Same factor(s) applying, do you think?)



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