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I have a QuickTime .mov file which I want to convert to swf format. Is there any tool for Mac? I already search here for a similar question but couldn't find any. The google search directed me to VisualHub which was discontinued and doesn't support Snow Leopard.

Is there a method using an Adobe CS5 app? If not what are the free solutions out there?

TIA

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Never mind. I found an answer on Adobe website. For those who are interested, here is the link.

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If this solved your problem, don't forget to make it as Accepted by clicking the check mark next to it. – Nathan Greenstein Jul 30 '11 at 15:52

http://www.videotoflashmac.com/

That's just a simple google search.

You can also use compressor to encode to h.264 and then change the file extension to .flv

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