There are two ways to start the SWF/EXE format conversion
SWF/EXE converting tool in the Tools menu.
the flash movies you want to convert in the file list.
You can select multiple items. To select all of the
files in the file list, click Edit/ Select All.
To select nonadjacent files, hold down CTRL and
click the items you want to select. To select adjacent
file, hold down SHIFT while you select files.
Then right-click the background of the File list, and in
the shortcut menu, click SWF/EXE
Click the 'Add files'
button and choose the file to be converted in the
popped up 'Choose flash files to converted'
dialog. You can select multiple items. The files will be
added to the File List after your confirmation.
Click the 'Delete files'
button to delete flash movies you don't want to convert
If you choose the 'Remove
original files' option, the original files will be
deleted after the conversion operation.
The converted output files
will be saved in the same folder of the original files in
default. You can choose the 'Place the converted files in
the following folder' option to change the destination
button and the "Browse Folder" dialog will
pop up for you to specify the output folder.
What is more, you can choose
the overwriting method if the output file exists. There are
four overwriting methods, and their respective meanings are
- Ask: if the output
file exists, a message box will appear and ask you
whether to overwrite it or not.
- Replace: if the
output file exists, it will be overwritten without any
- Skip: this option
cancels the operation if there is a file with the same
file name and extension.
- Rename: this option
renames the new files, adding a suffix of
"$"to original file name, where "$"
is a one-digital counter beginning from "1".
flash movies to convert and set the conversion options,
Click the 'Convert' button, and the conversion
process begins. The result of each file conversion will show
in the 'Result' column of the file list.
result of format conversion is below:
- Done: the conversion
operation is finished successfully.
- Skipped by the user:
the overwriting method is 'Ask' and the output
file exists, a dialog box will appear and ask the user
whether to overwrite it or not. If the user choose
the Skip option in the dialog box, this result
- Skipped: if the
overwriting method is 'Ask' and the output file
exists, this result will show.
- Failed: the
conversion operation fails
- Invalid flash file:
the converted file is not a valid flash movie.
When all file
conversions finish, a message box will pop up to prompt you.