SWF Movie Player for Mac 1.1
Newly-designed free flash movie player for Mac with plenty of extra features.
SWF Movie Player is a new free SWF player for Mac OS based on Macromedia Flash player which helps you to get best experience from flash movies. SWF Movie Player by Eltima Software offers advanced and unique features that allow you to play, rewind, fast-forward and preview SWF files frame-by-frame, and also create and manage playlists, zoom movies in and out, fit to current window size or restore to original one, set playback quality, control Flash security, check SWF comprehensive information and lots more. The special unique algorithms were developed for this product to check whether the Flash movie has been finished or not (which is not always a simple task since quite a few of SWF files are not played till the ending frame or play repeatedly). With SWF Movie Player you can easily switch into a zoom mode and see zoomed image boundaries as well as navigate within a Zoom Drawer. When a zoom mode is activated, you can disable dragging and use all interactive controls that SWF file provides. Now, it is possible to apply security options and run SWF files in the sandbox. This feature allows you to restrict the SWF file queries to non-local resources (URL/images/third-party SWF files) and to prevent unwonted access to the web. Developed by people and for people the SWF Movie Player has truly user-friendly interface and customizable options which let you easy manage Flash movie and enjoy movie playing. And the best feature is that you get it all absolutely for free.
Added: French localization (thanks to Ronald Leroux);
Added: Default SWF files icon associated our player could be applied;
Playlist feature to play several Flash movies in a predefined order or randomly; Unique heuristic algorithms to determine the Flash movie end;
Obtain the thorough information about SWF files (size, SWF version, frame rate, shapes/morphs/fonts/Action-Scripts/sounds/etc.);
Restrict access to external resources such as sending/receiving data via Internet or using third-party SWF resources by utilizing advanced security options
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