i've had luck w/ffmpeg, eg, ...
ffmpeg -i file.swf video.mp4
On Sat, Aug 12, 2017 at 10:12 AM, Ted Roche <tedro...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 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  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!
>  https://stackoverflow.com/questions/20194270/convert-
> Ted Roche
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