To enable you to play Flash animations on the devices that do not support Flash, the latest Sothink SWF Decompiler for Mac 6.3 adds the feature of converting Flash to HTML5 files. That means now you can easily decompile SWF and export Shape/Font/Text resources to SVG format, and export Sprite resources to Canvas tag.
Please follow this tutorial to convert Flash to HTML5 on Mac:
Required Software: Sothink SWF Decompiler for Mac 6.3
Estimated Time: 3 minutes
Step 1: open target SWF in the Flash to HTML5 converter for Mac
Launch Sothink SWF Decompiler for Mac, and then from “Explorer” panel, navigate to the folder in which the target SWF file locates.
Choose the SWF that you want to decompile, and then it will begin to play in the central preview window.
Step 2: check the SWF elements that you want to convert
Check the SWF elements that you want to convert to HTML5 files. Currently, Sothink SWF Decompiler for Mac only supports exporting Shape/Font/Text resources to SVG format, and exporting Sprite resources to Canvas tag.
Step 3: convert selected SWF elements to HTML5 files
After checking the SWF elements that you want to convert, click the “Extract” button. Now the following dialog box will appear.
Set export path and choose the export file format, and then click “OK” to start exporting the SWF resources.
When the desired SWF resources have been exported successfully, you will see the following prompt.
Step 4: find the converted HTML5 files
Now you can directly click the “Open the folder” button or go to the export folder that you specified to find the converted HTML5 files.