This tutorial explains how easily can convert your H264 files to SWF format with just couple of clicks.
Got lots of H264 videos you'd like to watch on your mobile device or laptop? With the right program such as Program4Pc Video Converter you'll be able to change the file format quickly and easily. In this tutorial, we will show you how to use our Video Converter for converting H264 files to any popular media format, such as AVI, MP4, MPG, or SWF, as well as how to extract music from your video and save it in MP3 or other popular audio format.
You don't need to be familiar with programming, video formats or settings; just run the software, choose your video, select a preset, click Convert Now and that's it!
Read this quick guide to find out how to convert H264 video format to SWF.
Click Add Files and select the files you want to convert to SWF format. If you want to work with video on DVD then you will need to hit the Add DVD button instead. You can add files in just about any input format, as Program4Pc Video Converter supports wide range of video formats. You can convert H264 to SWF format, as well as other formats and devices. Whichever file format you want to work with, Program4Pc software will do the job perfectly.
Step 3: Specify the Format and Settings
In the Output format section, find the SWF format and select your desire preset. If you want to adjust any advanced parameters, access them by clicking the Setting button. If you are converting H264 files to SWF, MP4, 3GP, or any other format, just choose the appropriate preset for your required output format.
Step 4: Convert Your File and Save It
In the Output Folder field, specify the folder where the converted files should be placed. Finally, click the Convert Now button. The conversion process will start immediately.
That was very easy and now you know how to use Program4Pc Video Converter as SWF converter and how to convert any video file to SWF whether it's H264 to SWF, DVD to SWF, WMV to SWF, or any other formats.
Our converter is also a fast way to extract music from movies by converting the video files to MP3, AAC, FLAC, WMA, or other audio format.