How to Play Flash SWF on Android Devices

Android devices currently enjoy a great popularity which set to overtake Apple in Market share. As well as Apple devices, most Android devices lack of flash support. Then, what do you do if you want to play flash videos on an Android device, for example, Samsung Galaxy S3? There are many SWF Players available for Android. However, some of them need to install Adobe Flash Player Plugin before using, and some have ads.

Don’t get depressed. In this article, we’d like to share you a great way to play flash on Android tablets or smartphones. AST SWF Video Converter now is available to convert SWF to Android devices supported video formats like MP4, MOV, AVI, 3GP, etc. With it, you will be able to make flash SWF files playable on Android devices with ease. Let’s see how it works:

Note: This SWF to Android Converter offers two version. Here we use SWF Video Converter for Mac to show how to convert SWF to Android on Mac.

Step 1: Download, Install and Launch
Download the free trial version of AST SWF Video Converter for Mac. Decompress it and get it installed on your Mac. Run it, you will see its main interface as below.

Step 2: Import Flash SWF File
Click the “Source” button to add the target SWF file to the program. You can preview the imported flash video by clicking the “Play” button.

Step 3: Crop the Imported SWF File
This SWF to Android Converter for Mac allows you to crop the imported SWF file. Just click “crop” and drag the frame to delete any unwanted area.

Step 4: Set the Output Format
From the drop-down list of “Codec”, select MP4, AVI, MOV, 3GP or other Android compatible video formats as output format.

Step 5: Convert SWF to Android on Mac
After settings, click the “Capture” button to enter into the Record window. Then click “Start” to start converting SWF to Android supported format on Mac.

When the conversion completes, the program will show you the output folder. Click “Open” you will see the converted video. Now you can freely play the flash SWF video on Android devices like Samsung, HTC, Blackberry, Motorola, Nokia, Sony etc on the move.

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