Apple unveiled iOS 7 at the WWDC 2013, and the flat design seemed like another genius creation of the fruit company. Although still in beta version, many users couldn’t help to upgrade their Apple devices for new experience. The basic functions of iOS keeps in this latest, but the unlocking screen design and the task manager are very attractive. But when it comes to play SWF on iOS 7, it is still troublesome.
As is known, SWF files are not video files, so the playing of SWF on an ordinary media player is not possible. The fast and direct way to play SWF files is installing Adobe Flash Player on computer or your Apple devices. Maybe installing Adobe Flash Player on computer is a convenient way to watch SWF because the SWF files are here and there on the web, but installing Adobe Flash Player your Apple device may not be a smart idea. Actually, I’m not fond of installing third party apps on Apple devices if not necessary, I just want to keep the Apple device running fast. In my opinion, it couldn’t be better to convert SWF files into video files and then play on the Apple device.
For converting SWF to videos, we need professional SWF to video converting software. This software should have functions of converting SWF to Apple supported videos, so I recommend Moyea SWF to Video Converter Pro for you. Moyea SWF converter Pro is multifunctional software for personal SWF to video converting solutions. With this software, you are able to convert SWF files to more than 150 kinds of video files and AVI with 32-bit RGBA transparency included. Converting SWF to Apple supported videos is as easy as falling off a log. The following guidance will tell you how to get it.
Download Moyea SWF to Video Converter and try it for free:
1. Run Moyea SWF to Video Converter after installing. The No. 1 step is inputting SWF files. Click Browse on the upper right corner, and choose the SWF file. Actually, when clicking Browse, you are able to find many methods of getting SWF files. Click “From Folder” if you have downloaded the SWF files on your computer. The software will automatically show SWF files in the dialog.
2. After inputting the SWF files, click Export to accomplish the setting-up jobs for the output video. You are able to set up the output video format, video and audio qualities and so on in the Exporting dialog. What is about to notice you is that the capture settings ensure the performance testing and flash capturing go smoothly.
3. After Export, click Convert and the performance testing begins. When the performance testing is finished, you will get to a full screen flash capture panel, click Play and Capture to start previewing the video, and then click finish to start conversion.
4. The conversion comes back to the software window, and the converting process shows with a progress bar. When the conversion finishes, you are able to get the videos in the target folder.
After converting SWF to Apple supported video, you can sync the videos with your Apple devices with iOS 7 using iTunes. If you don’t want to use iTunes because of the content management system of iTunes, an iTunes alternative is what you may want to give a try. Leawo iTransfer is a very simple but useful iTunes alternative for transferring media files among iOS devices, iTunes and PCs. Check this “How to Sync Music to iPhone” post out if you are in need.