An Easily Way To Smoothly Play Swf Files On Ipad/Ipad 2/Ipad Mini


Adobe Flash has made a great contribution on web development. Most ads, banners, animations and small web games are in Flash formats. There two Flash formats-Flash FLV and Flash SWF. And SWF may be not as familiar as FLV to most people. SWF is usually used for multimedia, vector graphics and ActionScript. At present, it is the dominant format for displaying animated vector graphics on the web. And the browser games that you may love to play so much are commonly in SWF formats.

Anyway, if you have downloaded some .swf videos or games from the web and want to play in iPad, you may find that it cannot be import to the device. The fact is that Apple lacks support of Adobe Flash so that Adobe Flash Player cannot be installed on any iOS devices including iPad. However, it doesn’t mean you cannot run Flash content on iPad. You are supported to play SWF on the web with the help of iSwifter or Skyfire browser. How about offline? Sorry. If you need to play SWF files on iPad offline, the best bet is to convert SWF to iPad friendly format like MP4, or H.264.

To do the SWF to iPad video conversion, you need a professional SWF to iPad Converter.iOrgSoft SWF Converter Mac is willing to be your top aide. It can handle the conversion between SWF and iPad at a super fast conversion speed with high output quality. No matter you are using iPad, iPad 2, iPad mini or New iPad, this program can meet your need very well. Before you start the conversion, you can do simple editing and settings on the file, including cropping and adding watermark, changing default output parameters. If you are converting a SWF game, you are allowed to play the game when starting conversion. And the program will record the process at the same time.

Basically, you can finish the conversion process within 3 clicks. The first one is to click the Select File button to add local SWF file. You are allowed to add one file at one time. The second one is to click the “Profile” button to select suitable output format from the Apple Device column. And the final one is to click the Start button to get the program worked for you. It is only 3 simple clicks that can lead you to complete converting your SWF file to play on your iPad. Have fun with your funny SWF files on iPad!

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