Some of the SWF cartoons out there are really very enjoyable, and maybe you’ve been thinking about saving them so you can watch them on your computer without having to be online. That presents two problems however, the first being the fact that there is no real option to allow you to save SWF, and the second being that SWF is a format that is incompatible with many devices and often requires a specialized player.
The good news is that you can get around both these problems in one fell swoop using Movavi Screen Capture Studio. All you need to do is set it up to record the SWF cartoon while it is playing on your screen and then you can save it and convert it into any video format you require – turning it into a SWF converter of sorts.
Don’t worry about how difficult it will be, as using Movavi Screen Capture Studio to record SWF cartoons from your screen really just takes a few steps:
- Resize and reposition the capture frame to encompass the SWF cartoon that you want to record.
- Check that the audio source is set to ‘System Audio’ and has a green tick on it (click it once if it does not).
- Click ‘REC’ to start recording as the cartoon starts to play.
- Click ‘Stop’ when the cartoon is done and then ‘Save’ to select a format and save it.
If you feel like you want to use the SWF cartoons that you’ve recorded using Movavi Screen Capture Studio on a specific device, just select the preset for that device or platform instead. Before you do that however, you may also want to edit your video and trim out any unnecessary segments, improve the overall video quality, or correct any mistakes in the recording.
Make no mistake, if you dig deeper you’ll find that Movavi Screen Capture Studio can do much more. In fact it comes with a comprehensive suite of video editing tools so you can apply special effects, insert audio tracks, add customizable text, and much more.
At the end of the day however, when it comes to saving and converting SWF cartoons there is really no easier way to do so. Considering the process itself is so straightforward, it probably won’t take you long to start saving all your favorite SWF cartoons so you can watch them much more conveniently.