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1. Input Your Flash Files

Click “Add” and you can input your flash files from your computer folder. Click “V” immediately behind, a drop list will cascade automatically. Choose among “From Folder”, “From IE cache” and “Flash Projector”, and there will be a dialog box accordingly pop up, and put your files in those dialog boxes.

Tips: If you have many files to convert, you can choose to input your files in the batch mode simply by clicking the “Single mode” on the top right, and it will come to batch mode automatically.

Note: The batch mode is automatic, and some content will be lost, like the interactive part and the part controlled by AScript. After the conversion is completed, you can switch the files with unsatisfying effects to the single mode to manually convert for a better result.

2. Play the Input Files

On clicking the file name, the video will play on the right pane. On the top of the pane are the properties of the current flash. Click “Export” in the menu to export the file.

3. Files Output

Click “Export” in the menu to import the SWF file.

Click the entry box under the “Profile”, and a drop list will cascade. Choose your export file format from it.

Click the yellow package sign in the “Export to” box to set the output destination, and click “Locate”, the destination folder will pop up immediately.

Check the “Rip Audio”, and the audio will be extracted and generated as a single file. Click “the yellow package on the right to browse for the audio destination folder, and click “Locate”, the destination folder will pop up itself. Click “Convert” to continue.

Note: By selecting the “avi with alpha” option, you are suggested to take a look at the “Note” on the bottom for details about this format.

Tips: On choosing the profile, the table on the right will change accordingly. Change the video and audio parameters by clicking each item and select the value. Click “Save as” immediately after the box to save the profile you set as a new one.

Click “v”, you can save, rename, or delete the newly set.

4. Convert

Click “Convert” in the menu, and the following interfaces will come in a twinkle of time.

Tips: Click “Capture” in the bottom bar to set the beginning frame.

Click “Finish” to set the end frame. Then the encoding process begins and in a fraction of second the conversion process will complete. That of course depends on the file size, the smaller the faster. If you want to stop the encoding process, you can simply click “Stop” in the menu. Now the conversion is completed.

» Level Advanced

Added: 2007-09-12
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