How to Convert SWF to WebM with SWF to HTML5 Converter

WebM video currently is the hottest thing in web, which supported by almost all the mainstream browsers, including Internet Explorer, Firefox, Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Opera, etc. You may need to convert SWF to WebM video for viewing directly on websites. Using AST SWF to HTML5 Converter you can perform the conversion in few simple clicks.

This SWF to WebM Converter supports converting both online and local flash .swf file to WebM video format. Besides, its rich editing functions allows you to customize the video, such as, trimming, cropping, etc. The following step by step guide will show you how to convert flash to WebM.

Step 1: Download and Install the Program
Free download the latest version of AST SWF to HTML5 Converter from its official site. Follow the installation instructions to install it on your computer.

Convert SWF to WebM with SWF to HTML5 Converter

Step 2: Import SWF File
Run this SWF to WebM Converter. Click the “Open Local File” button to add local SWF file from computer. Or you can import online SWF file by clicking the “Download from Web”.

Convert SWF to WebM with SWF to HTML5 Converter

Step 3: Choose WebM as Output Format
AST SWF to HTML5 Converter supports WebM, MP4, OGG output formats. Here select the “WebM” as the output format. You can adjust the output video resolution, frame rate, etc.

Convert SWF to WebM with SWF to HTML5 Converter

Step 4: Convert Flash SWF to WebM
Click on the “Start” button to start converting flash .swf file to WebM video format. The program will do the conversion quickly. After conversion, you can view video on major browsers.

Convert SWF to WebM with SWF to HTML5 Converter

Background Knowledge
What is WebM? WebM is an audio-video format designed to provide royalty-free, open video compression for use with HTML5 video. A WebM file consists of VP8 video and Vorbis audio streams, in a container based on a profile of Matroska. Native WebM support by Mozilla Firefox, Opera, and Google Chrome. Internet Explorer 9 requires third-party WebM software.

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