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You can convert the swf to an avi with FlashAnts Flash to video and then convert to mp4 (extra steps but it can give you better control of your output)
i have the same problem and i've tried the solution of using flash ants.
however it only converts the first 10% or so of my SWF's frames. this is the same issue as found here:
any help provided would be much appreciated!
I would use camtasia 2... disable the hardware accel. and then do a full screen recording of your SWF. From there, take the AVI file that camtasia makes, and encode it with SUPER encoder, which converts any type of media to almost any other type of media. I've been using this since April to convert movies (specifically DVDs to iPod format), and occasionally I'll have to make an FLV.