SWF files to Adobe Premiere Pro CS3/CS4/CS5
Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 software combines incredible performance with a sleek, revamped interface and a host of fantastic new creative features has simplified the editing workflow to help you meet the most challenge production deadlines.
With the enhanced stability and performance plus all-new creative tools of Adobe Premiere Pro CS6, it will be pretty easy for you to edit your favorite online flash animation SWF files into your own movies.
The only problem is that Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 doesn’t support to import the flash animation SWF format files, but you can convert the SWF format to Premiere Pro CS6 compatible format files.
SWF to Video Converter will be the ideal solution for you to convert Flash SWF files to Adobe Premiere Pro CS4/CS5/CS6 editable AVI, WMV, MOV, MP4, MPG, MPEG, FLV, F4V, M4V, DV, 3GP, 3G2, etc file formats for editing with Adobe Premiere Pro on Windows 8/7/Vista/XP and Mac OS X Mountain Lion/Lion/Snow Leopard/Leopard.
Simple step instructions to import flash swf files to Adobe Premiere Pro CS3/CS4/CS6 Windows Mac
1. Launch and open SWF Video Converter on your computer.
2. Input SWF file from local folder.
Click “Select File” on top-left toolbar to import the flash swf files from local computer to the program, you can preview the files on the main interface displaying window.
3. Edit SWF files.
Press “Crop” icon on the top toolbar to open the “Video Crop” window, you can directly drag the lines around the frame to adjust the video file size or enter your desired value in the brackets of “Left”, “Top”, “Width”, “Height” .
You are also allowed to add image watermark to the video, adjust image watermark transparency or position according to your own needs. Then click right-bottom “OK” button.
4. Set output parameters.
Open the “Option” window, here you can here you can set Adobe Premiere Pro supported “AVI”, “WMV” or other formats as you like as the output format, define output path to save the converted files.
You can also customize the output video settings and audio settings according to your own needs.
5. Convert SWF to Adobe Premiere Pro.
After all the settings are over, click “Next” to carry out the conversion.