Flash playing in iPhone? Thatâ€™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. Whatâ€™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, letâ€™s start with the user experience, anything new in the interface?
You can see from the screenshots that the main difference is the â€œHTML5â€ 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, letâ€™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.Â Â Â Choose one SWF file in Explorer panel, and it will automatically display in the “Single File Export” tab in Resources panel.
2.Â Â Â Click “HTML5” button above to open the related converting window:
3.Â Â Â 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! Thatâ€™s very easy, right? You can apply the converted animation to your web, and most importantly, enjoy with Safari on your iPhone! So donâ€™t hesitate to have a try.
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