You may have tried many methods to insert a Flash movie in PowerPoint, and you may have already known that in the “Insert” options of PowerPoint, you are allowed to insert a Flash movie. I used the video inserting function on PowerPoint 2010 to embed a Flash movie. When I input a Flash video with small size (330 KB), the PowerPoint could play it fluently; but when I inserted a larger SWF file (1.3 MB), the PowerPoint couldn’t play the file and collapsed in the end. So it is not a smart choice to insert a Flash movie directly into PowerPoint.
Generally speaking, Flash movies are all SWF files. The PowerPoint can accept this kind of files but may be not stable in playing with the SWF files. If you are in need of embedding SWF in PowerPoint urgently, you can try to convert the SWF file to a standard video, and then you won’t worry about playing the file in PowerPoint. Converting SWF file to a standard video seems to be the safest way to insert Flash in PowerPoint. In order to convert SWF files to videos, you will need a professional SWF converter.
As far as I am concerned, Moyea SWF to Video Converter is a good choice. This software focuses on converting SWF files to videos and provides more than 150 kinds of video formats. This software keeps all the aspects of the SWF files in the exported videos, and you are able to capture the SWF file and convert to video that has the certain part you need. The following guidance is about how to convert SWF to MP4 file. You can free download Moyea SWF to Video Converter and have a try:
Step 1. Run Moyea SWF to Video Converter after installing. The first step is to import an SWF file into the software. Click “Browse” on the upper right corner and choose “From Folder”, then select the SWF file and import it into the software. You are able to add watermark into the SWF file by clicking “Crop” button after importing the SWF file into the software.
Step 2. Click “2. Export” to finish the settings of the exported video. Tick “Video” and set the output format as .mp4. The software allows users to choose or customize audio and video qualities for the exported video. Click the folder icon to save the exported video. If the audio of the SWF file is needed, tick “Rip Audio” and click the folder icon to export the background audio file as an MP3 file.
Step 3. Click “3. Convert” to start the performance testing. The testing will be finished in seconds. After that, a full-screen capture panel comes out. In this panel, you can capture the SWF file and convert the whole SWF file or necessary part of the SWF file. Click “Play and Capture” to start capturing the SWF file. Click “Finish” to start conversion.
Step 4. The conversion will go back to the software. A progress bar shows the percentage of the conversion process. When the conversion finishes, the exported video will be in your target folder.
After converting SWF to MP4 file, you can insert it into PowerPoint with ease. Moyea SWF to Video Converter is cool and functional, and it makes the SWF conversion easy to be done.