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    SitePoint Enthusiast obiwan1's Avatar
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    Best freeware audio converter (swf -> mpg)

    ...to convert a swf file to an mpg (or something that will play in a CD player for my daughter's concert). Thx
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    Really should have stated those formats in the title. SWF is not an audio format, so the app I came here to suggest is useless.
    I would suggest googling for "Extract audio from SWF".

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    Quote Originally Posted by joazito View Post
    Really should have stated those formats in the title...
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    Download Audacity, set it to record from your sound card's outputs, and play the SWF file. You'll record the audio as it's being played, then you can save it as a WAV file to burn to CD.

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    as far as I know, Moyea swf to video converter is the best one at the moment, they research this software for years, you can convert swf to nearly all formats, you can have a try,
    http://www.swfkits.com/swf_to_video/

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    I suggest that you try to record streaming audio instead of dealing with converting. Would make it much simpler for you than converting your file twice.
    Try SoundTap, since it's pretty good and free. Google it)

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    I use Audacity. It's good and at the same time easy-to-use program.


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