Well, when we talk something about conversion, especially the format conversion of different video types, what is your first reaction? Bored? Confused? Or still wondering what is the exact difference between the two formats that I am going to convert?
It is normal and makes sense because almost all the articles and tutorials are actually introducing how to select the target video format, without pointing out the essence and usage of the conversion.
So, we need a special approach to visualize the conversion process from this format to that format, and at the same time, to make the users understand the actual use of input and output video format in a more entertaining way.
Right, we are talking about demo presentation. Here are some examples:
How to make such a demo work? It is easy and just scroll down.
Find a proper host for your original source file: the left part in the illustration. For example, if your source file is flash SWF, upload it to webpage with code, click here for details and other approaches to visualize flashes. If the source file is Microsoft PPT, try to Google some hosting websites that can hold PPT and generate embed code for you to embed it anywhere you want on the internet.
Use the right converting product: the middle part in the illustration. Choose the products have good reputation to convert SWF to video, PPT to video or any other video conversion you need. It bridges the source and target formats, and the most important, it guarantees the good quality of the converted video, makes it playable, customizable and likable.
Find a platform to show your target file: the right part in the illustration. A platform to display your video is much easier to find nowadays. YouTube, Facebook, Myspace, etc will be ok. Most people choose to upload the converted videos to YouTube not only because it accepts diverse video formats, but also generates embed code for convenient insertion to webpage. Of course, you can also create your own web player to display those videos, like this one: Moyea Web Player.
For more interesting flash to video conversion demos, please click here. By the way, try to play those cute flash games, and that is exactly the charm of flash: interaction!