I'm not sure if this is at all possible. I recently took over a position where the previous method for posting tutorials was exporting .swfs from Captivate- all video controls are scripted in. We now want to move away from swfs, exporting in Mp4 then converting to Ogg and Webm as well for HTML 5. However, nobody kept the origonal project files. Is there anyway to convert the exported .swfs or decompile and remove the action script?
I have attempted to use SWFTools and SoThink SWF decompiler. SoThink was able to export a .FLA that I could export as .mov or .avi and convert forward from there. However, none of the .FLAs worked. Images were incomplete, slides stayed to long, while others were missing. It was a failure.
Any thoughts are greatly appreciated!
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You can visit this link (Information about HTML 5 converter): http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/captivate_html5/
you could convert swf to html5 with these two tools
1.Google Swiffy from https://www.google.com/doubleclick/studio/swiffy/.
Swiffy converts Flash SWF files to HTML5, allowing you to reuse Flash content on devices without a Flash player (such as iPhones and iPads). Swiffy can't yet convert DoubleClick Studio creatives.
Swiffy currently supports a subset of SWF 8 and ActionScript 2.0.
2.SWF to HTML5 Movie Maker from http://www.htm5-movie-maker.com.
SWF to HTML5 Converter is equipped with powerful conversion features for flash users converting .swf animations to HTML5 videos. After uploading all the created HTML5 files to your website successfully, you can enjoy the HTML5 videos on laptop, desktop, or portable devices using popular browsers, such as Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome, Apple Safari, or Opera.
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