How to Convert SWF to MOV on Mac and Windows

Question: “I have downloaded a flash .swf video from website. Now I want to convert SWF to MOV so that I can play it on QuickTime. Can someone share me an easier way to go about it? Thanks in advance.”

Get some flash SWF files but can’t view them on QuickTime? Converting flash .swf to .mov will be a nice way to get out of such annoying situation. To do the conversion job, I highly recommend AST SWF Video Converter. This SWF to MOV Converter perfectly convert SWF to MOV or other popular video formats like AVI, MP4, M4V, 3GP, etc. Then you can play SWF on QuickTime, iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch for enjoyment.

AST SWF Video Converter for Mac is also available. In this article, we will take the Mac version to describe how to convert SWF to MOV on Mac OS.

Step 1: Import SWF File
Download, install and run SWF to MOV Converter for Mac. Click on the “Source” button on the main interface to load the flash .swf file you want to convert to the program.

Convert SWF to MOV on Mac and Windows

Step 2: Crop SWF if Needed
Click on “Play” to preview the imported SWF file. If necessary, you can click “Crop” and directly drag the video frame to delete any unwanted parts.

Step 3: Choose MOV as Output Format
From the drop-down menu of “Codec”, select MOV as the output format. Also, you can click “Output Folder” to set the output destination as you want.

Convert SWF to MOV on Mac and Windows

Tip: This software offers advanced video editing features. Go into the Video Setting window, here you can adjust the output video properties like video resolution, frame rate, bit rate, and more.

Step 4: Convert SWF to MOV on Mac
Click on the “Capture” button to go to the Record window. Then click “Start” to start converting SWF to MOV on Mac. You can click “End Record” to stop the conversion.

Convert SWF to MOV on Mac and Windows

When the conversion is done, you can get the MOV file in the destination folder. Then you can freely play SWF file on QuickTime, iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch or edit SWF in iMovie, Final Cut Pro, etc

To convert SWF to MOV on Windows, please refer to How to Convert SWF to MOV with Flash SWF Converter.

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