Fast and easy way to convert Flash SWF to animated GIF.
|Updated||Nov 22nd 2013|
Aoaophoto Digital Studio N/A N/A
|Crack Size||2.8 MB|
|Systems||Windows 2K, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit|
As the name of this program implies, Aoao SWF to GIF Converter allows you to transform SWF videos into GIF animations. But you can convert them to other file types as well, such as PNG, BMP and JPG.
The interface of the software is clean and pretty intuitive. You can import a SWF video by using the file browser only, because the "drag and drop" method is not supported. Batch processing is not supported.
So, all you have to do is specify the output destination and file type, in order to proceed with the conversion task.
Furthermore, you can change the output size, enable Aoao SWF to GIF Converter Crack to constrain the proportions, set the number of frames to snatch at a picture, preview clips in a built-in media player ad trim them by marking the start and end position, apply effects (e.g. black and white, emboss, sharpen), and others.
The video conversion software requires a massive amount of system resources and can take a very long time to complete a task. The image quality is preserved at a good level and you can look into a comprehensive help file with snapshots. But Aoao SWF to GIF Converter crashed multiple times during conversion jobs in our testing. We recommend this tool with reservations.
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