[vet-mm] SWF to MOVIE convertor.

Michael Abulencia michael.abulencia at rmit.edu.au
Sun Sep 10 18:35:19 EST 2006

Hi Stu,

If it's an FLV, I would suggest Riva FLV Encoder.

If you also like a player, I would suggest it's free player. Really
nice when wanting to play those YouTube videos on your computer.

Best regards,


Michael Abulencia

Web Support Officer
Program and Course Enhancement Group (SET)
RMIT University

phone: + (61 3) 992 52663

>>> Stuart James Bush <subscriptions at fruitcoop.net> 9/10/2006 5:38 PM
Hi all,

I'm desparately trying to find some good software to convert a SWF  
file to a playable / editable Movie file (AVI or MOV).

I have some student work that they want burnt to DVD for an  
exhibition and because I don't have their working Flash files, I  
cannot re-export their files to be compatible with any DVD / Video  

Has anyone found any free-good programs that will do the trick.


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