How to Convert SWF to MP4 for iMovie, iTunes, iPad on Mac OS X

Since swf shockwave flash allows playing swf files in web browsers, Apple Mac OS X users are able to open swf files in Safari inserted with Adobe Flash Player plug-in. But how can the vivid swf animation only limited its playing on Safari browse , if we rip the curly swf to classical Apple MPEG-4, the powerful and multi-functional Mac app will enhance swf play a big role to enrich our digital life. For instance:

iMovie: To upload swf animation to iMovie for creating and editing a new movie.
QuickTime: Let swf flash replay on QuickTime and even share online.
iTunes: Add swf files to iTunes library and sync them to your iPad, iPod, iPhone, iPad, PSP , Blackberry, and Apple TV.
Other Mac application: upload the cure animation to YouTube site to share with large quantity YouTube visitors, post to your Face book to raise your social blog popularity.

Just one more effect
Before enjoy the wonderful funs all above you need make one more effect-to convert the swf files to Mac classical MPEG-4, and Mac SWF to MP4 Converter can easily assist you to rip swf flash video to MPEG-4 so as to completely compatible with iPad, iPod, iPhone, iPad, PSP , Blackberry, and Apple TV.

How to convert SWF to MPPEG-4 for Mac?

Step 1. Run it and enter the following window to input swf files to SWF to MP4 Converter for Mac.
Click “Select file” to import swf video from PC or Hit “Grab SWF” to scratch original swf files from YouTube and My space by click “Grab” button.
input swf to converter mac

Step2. Set Mac MP4 as output format.
Click the lower right arrow of “Profile” button, roll your mouse to “Common Video”->MPEG-4 AVC (*.mp4) as the output video format. See the screenshot bellow:
output swf to mp4

Step 3. Switch to conversion.

Click “Next” button until it jump out the “Conversion” window and hit it to see the below interface:

Note: If you want to switch the swf to iPod, iPhone, Apple TV, PSP, Blackberry these portable devices, you can directly choose the output format in the “Profile” drop-list.

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