SWF is a dying technology. It won't run on any modern Android device OR any iOS device.
Do you and your customer a favor, and just say it can't be done.
Hey I just experiment another way... that is placed individual page SWF file to new InDesign page, applied 'Media' then export as 'Interactive PDF'. The new PDF retains the simple animation except it does not have the accessibility at all. Its a painful thing to do when the book has multiple pages and I have to do them this way with minimal result. So should
So should we just export as html?? and able to retail accessibility and animation?
There are some solutions outside InDesign which will convert pages with page flip effect compatible with iOS.
At the moment is a cheap offer available, for this price nothing to do wring: Convert PDFs into Interactive Animated Publications - only $9.97! - MightyDeals
Some would say that "page turning/flipping" on devices is considered a bit old-hat nowadays
I knowwww Derek, I think it's a bit tacky to be honest somehow client always get excited with these out of date tricks.