Ultimately, my goal is to post some SWF files to Youtube.

An acquaintance created a series of screen-capture and audio-narration
video tutorials that produced SWF files, and would now like to post
them to YouTube, which doesn't appear to accept the SWF format.

I found the following suggestion [1] for converting SWF to MP4 using
gnash and ffmpeg, but gnash doesn't appear to be available in the
Fedora repos any more. Attempting to download the source from gnu.org
and build has lead to a couple of cycles of make errors, search for
the missing packages, reinstall, repeat and I'm hoping there might be
a better solution.

Has anyone done a similar conversion or could offer suggestions? TIA!

[1] https://stackoverflow.com/questions/20194270/convert-compressed-swf-to-mp4

Ted Roche
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