SWF Toolbox 2.7
SWF Toolbox lets converting SWFs into Projector EXE, JPEG, animated GIF formats.
SWF Toolbox by Eltima Software lets you convert Macromedia Flash Files (SWF) into most popular graphic formats such as Projector EXE, AVI, animated GIF and frame-by-frame JPEG/GIF/BMP image series targeting almost any potential customer. Now users don't need to install Flash player into theirs systems since Advanced Projector, which is the key feature of SWF Toolbox, is bundled with necessary library which enables users to view SWF movies even without installing Flash OCX into their systems. Advanced Projector, that can be created with SWF Toolbox, offers more features to control the movie, among them: defining window size and style, enabling or disabling mouse/keyboard activity, setting expiration date, setting versatile tooltips, additional information, adding advanced movie controls and many more. One of the unique features presented by SWF Toolbox is zoom window which makes it possible to select specific part of the movie window to zoom in, and, as the result, endowing you with greater control over resulting movie. SWF Toolbox provides in-depth compression and unique storing algorithms. These, along with a variety of options, make SWF Toolbox the best choice for creation of Advanced Projector files and implementing a list of other conversions. With SWF Toolbox you may convert Macromedia Flash files into series of JPEG, GIF or BMP images saving every frame into a separate file adjusting images size and quality. Alternatively, you may save whole SWF file into a single animated GIF and publish it on the web instead. AVI movie format conversion offers flexible way for selecting necessary movie codec, compression quality and pixels format, finally you can get compressed movies out of your SWF files in several clicks! Onscreen SWF file preview, convenient settings, on-the-fly help and user-friendly interface make SWF Toolbox a pleasure to work with.
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