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software to convert swf video


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Hello everybody, I have been making tutorials for a relative of mine and I used a video screen capture software. The software only recorded in flash mode and no way to change it. The file extension is "swf". I need to change the format and I need an application that is free or almost free to do that. Please help me because I want to help my sister in law learn some things on the computer and I live too far away from her to show her myself. Thanks.
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ok the ffmpegx is a bit confusing to me, i have a mac and i need help with a conversion. i have swf files and i need to convert them to download to idvd to make a dvd out of them. how do i?
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