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Save $20 Aunsoft SWF Converter:Play Flash SWF EXE file on iPhone 5S


KDE - Feb 10 2014
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Question:During 2014 Valentine's Day, 2014 Aunsoft valentine's Day best gift Save $20 Aunsoft SWF Converter with 800% fast for the first time. TiVo, DTS, MKV, TOD, MOD and FLV Converter are up to 90% Off or more. If you want to watch Flash SWF EXE movie on iPhone 5S or 5C, SWF Converter might be a good choice.

NFC and Flash support are two features desired by iPhone fans. While other Android mobiles like Samsung Galaxy S3 and Nokia Lumia 900 have all adopted NFC technology, most iPhone fans believe iPhone 5S will also add support to NFC. However, though iPhone 5s users start to use new flagship to enjoy music, movie and eBooks, they may find that the Flash movies are not supported to play on iPhone 5S for iPhone 5S doesn’t have a built-in Flash player. And, if users want to enjoy YouTube videos on iPhone 5S, they will be disappoint for YouTube videos are also SWF files. An solution is to turn SWF EXE to iPhone 5S MP4 and then to transfer converted Flash video to iPhone because that brings no harm or virus to iOS device. Aunsoft SWF Converter is a 100% safe easy-to- use Flash SWF to iPhone 5S conversion tool which can output H.264 MP4 optimized for iPhone with high video quality and fast ripping speed. The output videos will maintain quality almost as high as that the original SWF files have.

Below is a step to step tutorial to transfer Flash SWF to iPhone 5S. The advanced technology and the clear interface the program use make the timesaving conversion process effective and efficient with only 3 or 4 steps. With SWF Converter, you also get the fastest and easiest way to play SWF video on Android phones, One Touch Idol X+, Liquid Z5, PadFone Mini, etc.

This converter can be easily found via Google with keywords "Aunsoft SWF Converter".

Step 1: Load SWF file

Click "add video" or "add folder" to load SWF/EXE file. You can also directly drag files to the program.

Step2: Choose iPhone compatible format.

Click "Format" drop-down list to locate all the profile; choose "iPhone". You can select "iPhone 5 H.264 HD 720P (*.mp4)" or "Phone 5 H.264 Full HD 1080P (*.mp4)", etc. as you like.

Step3: Customize video specs. (Optional)

You can click "Settings" to set up video size, frame rate, bitrates and other settings.

Step4: Conversion.

Click "Conversion" icon that SWF Converter will transcode SWF to iPhone 5S H.264 MP4. With just a click on "Open output folder", you can locate the export MP4 quickly.

Tip: Transfer to iPhone 5S

There are many ways to transfer converted Flash SWF to iPhone 5S through iTunes after it's connected with your computer via USB cable.
1) Press the Sync button under Summary tab.
2) Under Movies tab, select Sync movies > All movies, and press Sync button;
3) Under Movies tab, select Sync movies > Selected movies, choose the video in the pane, and press Sync button.

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