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Is there any way to convert an (uncompressed) SWF file to an AVI file? I've tried Googling but while there are lots of swf-to-avi converters available for Windows I can't ...
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    Swf -> Avi


    Is there any way to convert an (uncompressed) SWF file to an AVI file?

    I've tried Googling but while there are lots of swf-to-avi converters available for Windows I can't find anything for Linux.

    I've tried using ffmpeg2theora, ffmpeg and mencoder and while each _does_ produce an output file it's only a few seconds long and usually only in audio.
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    I can suggest vidflash.
    This is a website which convert flash to avi and other video formats. As far as I know it's for free.


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    I can suggest vidflash.
    This is a website which convert flash to avi and other video formats. As far as I know it's for free.


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    Possibly that might run under Wine. However, VidFlash.com itself doesn't have any software, just links to another site which does. And the software there, while available to try, costs ~$50 per licence.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PsypherPunk
    Possibly that might run under Wine. However, VidFlash.com itself doesn't have any software, just links to another site which does. And the software there, while available to try, costs ~$50 per licence.
    Well first of all VidFlash.com is not software. This is services. It means that you load your flash on website and download FROM WEBSITE avi. That's all. And by the way it doesn't matter which OS you have. It support Windows, Mac, Linux, etc...

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    hi i think you need to try Flash To Video Encoder
    i worked with this prog and i can't complane...
    first time i worked with trualware and it was very comfy too coz trialware without time limit...i think its very cool
    if you interesting here you can find more info about progs which can help
    Flash To Video Encoder i hope it will help
    GLuck and Merry Xmass

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