SWF & FLV Toolbox allows converting Adobe Flash Files (SWF), Flash Video (FLV) and Projector executable files (EXE) into all popular graphic formats.
SWF & FLV Toolbox provides the following conversion possibilities:
1. SWF/FLV/EXE files to video format (AVI)
Customize video settings to get exactly the video you need. Choose AVI video format and manage codec settings, control video parameters such as keyframerate, movie quality, bitrate, etc. Moreover, crop and resize video and change original audio settings to get the result you want. Also, capture your interactive SWF/EXE files into movie/images.
2. SWF/FLV/EXE files into series of images (JPEG, PNG, GIF or BMP)
Converting SWF/FLV/EXE, as well as interactive SWF/EXE files, into series of images you save every frame into a separate file. Alternatively, you can save whole SWF/FLV/EXE file into a single animated GIF. In addition, you can configure image settings: quality, format, transparency, etc; crop and resize images.
3. SWF/FLV/EXE files into Windows screensavers
With SWF & FLV Toolbox you can create eye-catching Windows screensavers by converting your favorite SWF/FLV/EXE files. Try your designer skills by adding your own screensaver title, the e-mail address, homepage URL buttons, etc.
4. SWF/FLV/EXE files into Projector executable files (EXE)
Now you can distribute your self-executing Flash movies no matter if end-users have Adobe Flash Player locally installed or not. Isn’t it great? Moreover, create powerful Advanced Flash Player (SWF/FLV/EXE into EXE) with custom movie controls, possibility to set expiration date and many other great features.
5. FLV files to SWF format
Conversion of FLV files to SWF format solves the problem that not many players are able to play FLV files. Moreover, you can make the resulting SWF files even better by adding handy and nice movie controls and many other useful abilities such as SWF file loop and background color choice. You can also customize FLV recoding settings required when video codec is not supported by SWF specifications.
- SWF/FLV/EXE files to video conversion
- SWF/FLV/EXE files to images conversion
- SWF/FLV/EXE to Windows screensaver conversion
- SWF/FLV/EXE files to EXE conversion (Standard Flash Player)
- Advanced Flash Player with multiple configuration options which turn your SWF/FLV/EXE files into thrilling stand-alone programs (EXE)
- FLV to SWF conversion
- Video and audio settings customization
- FLV recoding options for adequate SWF playback
- Possibility to crop and resize images and video
- Image format settings customization
- Interactive SWF/EXE files capture support
- Onscreen preview of the selected files in Flash Player
- One-by-one or batch conversion
- Possibility to decompile the current SWF file
- Detailed file info and conversion log
- Simple, intuitive interface
- Windows XP (32-bit and 64-bit)
- Windows 2003 (32-bit and 64-bit)
- Windows 2008 (32-bit and 64-bit)
- Windows Vista (32-bit and 64-bit)
- Windows 7 (32-bit and 64-bit)
Demo version limitations:
1. The resulting file will contain a watermark when converting:
- SWF/FLV/EXE files to video
- SWF/FLV/EXE to images
- SWF/FLV/EXE to screensaver
- FLV to SWF
2. When converting SWF/FLV/EXE files to EXE (Standard Flash Player):
2.1. It’s impossible to add file description (“Common” tab). Instead you’ll see “Created in demo of SWF Toolbox by Eltima Software” text. The same text will be displayed in file properties (right-click the file and choose “Properties” option).
2. 2. It’s impossible to change ICO filename (“Common” tab). Instead you’ll get “These settings cannot be applied in DEMO mode” message.
3. When converting SWF/FLV/EXE files to EXE (Advanced Flash Player):
3.1. If you check “Add controls” box, it will be impossible to modify file description (“Common” tab). Instead you’ll see “Created in demo of SWF Toolbox by Eltima Software” text. The same text will be displayed in file properties (right-click the file and choose “Properties” option).
3.2. If “Add controls” box is not checked, the resulting file will contain a watermark.
3.3. It’s impossible to change ICO filename (“Common” tab). Instead you’ll get “These settings cannot be applied in DEMO mode” message.