My client's website has an outdated flash movie at the index (front) page, which does not load on mobile devices. I'd like to replace the flash movie (.swf) with a HTML5 compatible script that retains the animated content. I asked about what might be used to create a suitable replacement for flash here a couple of days ago. Someone told me two programs, but unfortunately these programs won't work on the operation system I am using (Windows XP).
Could anyone please let me know what the most useful (popular) programs that people are using to tranform a Flash movie into a HTML5 compatible file format? Thanks for your help.
Could anyone please let me know what the most useful (popular) programs that people are using to tranform a Flash movie into a HTML5 compatible file format?
I have never used any to do this task as I tend to rebuild them. This might also be your best option depending on what your animation is like.
Swiffy is in Beta so it might not be perfect but it is certainly not a joke. Many people have posted relatively successful convertions using this tool.
google swiffy, yes, it could convert flash swf to html5, but we know that google Swiffy currently supports a subset of SWF 8 and ActionScript 2.0.
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i think that html5 will replace the flash extension. And i am not the flash fans. But adobe is still a powerful company. They offer us so many solutions for resolve our potential poblems when surfing the net.
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