Here is our new video for Sothink SWF Catcher, the video is inspired by Tom Cruise’s famous film series—-Mission: Impossible. Let me explain what the video is about.
Click the picture to see the video or http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7_FTFTiVLsk
Now, it is our great honor to introduce the official release of Flash capture software—Sothink SWF Catcher 2.0! Where there is a SWF, there is a Sothink SWF Catcher. Flash is everywhere on web; we don’t lack of awesome SWF works, but the way to catch them. That’s how Sothink SWF Catcher 2.0 comes into being.
As new member of Sothink product family, Sothink SWF Catcher, like the name mentioned, is a Flash capture software. It can detect and download Flash SWF all around. As long as it is a SWF file, Sothink SWF Catcher can catch it for you.
It’s glad to know that Sothink free Firefox plug-in for catching Flash has attracted more and more users. And recently editor of Download.com gave nice review to Sothink SWF Catcher for Firefox. It should be the helpful information when you need to make a choice from several Flash catcher products:
“If you think Flash is the grooviest thing to come along since sliced bread, this Firefox add-on will suit you nicely. Sothink SWF Catcher for Firefox is for folks who like All Things Flash. Launching the utility from the Tools menu opens a vertical pane on the left side of the Firefox window adorned only by a simple menu. When we visited a site with embedded Flash flicks–whether e-cards, games, or other items–Sothink listed the items by name in the vertical pane. We were able to add URL and size details to the list easily by clicking options from a drop-down list on the panes’ menu bar. We were able to save the items to a folder of our choice by right-clicking the item’s name in the list.
This free tool doesn’t offer any features beyond what we’ve described here, but it performed quickly in all our tests, and it’s pleasingly simple to use. Any Firefox user interested in compiling a Flash library will find Sothink SWF Catcher for Firefox a handy little tool.”
Thanks for the review and we would like to get more reviews and know what you think about Sothink SWF Catcher.