Flash playing in iPhone? That’s not a dream anymore. Great news for all web designers using Mac —the Sothink SWF Decompiler for Mac 6.5 is officially published! It is a significant event for all web designers. What’s new on version 6.5? It converts swf file to html5 format, which enables flash playing on the browsers like Safari. So it is not a dream to play flash on iPhone or iPad.
At first, let’s start with the user experience, anything new in the interface?
You can see from the screenshots that the main difference is the “HTML5” button in the tool bar. That is the key function for version 6.5. You can convert the whole swf file to html5 file; that means flash can be applied on Apple platform. It not only broadens the application of flash, but also benefits the common web developers.
Secondly, let’s see how to convert swf to html5. With Sothink SWF Decompiler for Mac 6.5, you can easily convert SWF to HTML5 in single file export or multi-file export.
1. Choose one SWF file in Explorer panel, and it will automatically display in the “Single File Export” tab in Resources panel.
2. Click “HTML5” button above to open the related converting window:
3. Set the export directory where you want to save the converted HTML5 file. Then click “Convert” option to start the SWF to HTML5 converting.
Bingo! That’s very easy, right? You can apply the converted animation to your web, and most importantly, enjoy with Safari on your iPhone! So don’t hesitate to have a try.
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