How to convert flash to special-effect image

Application VeryDOC Flash to Image Converter converts flash to image of special-effect on Windows platforms. Welcome to read this article to know more info about this measure. 🙂

Firstly, for more info about this software, please feel free to download trial version of VeryDOC Flash to Image Converter. Then, here is snapshot about image example after my conversion from flash file to special-effect image files below:

Image example after converting flash to image of special effect with GUI interface

To know how to generate special-effect image from flash frame, it is simple to read the followings:

Step1. Open software to add source flash file

Double-click software shortcut so that GUI interface pops on screen, and then, click Add SWF File(s) > select right flash file and click Open in pop dialog box, finally, flash path appears in processing form directly as shown in following snapshot, and you could click flash path to preview it in preview panel:

GUI interface of VeryDOC Flash to Image Converter with added flash file

Step2. Set targeting image file type and special effect of image in advance

After adding image files, please click Options on GUI interface, and then, program offers you a popping panel where you could do followings:

  • Click one of formats on popping list of Convert Formatso that targeting file type could be one of image formats there, e.g., JPG, etc.
  • Input integer in edit-box Spread/ Swirl/Charcoal/Paint separately to get specific effect, e.g., integer in edit-box leads to distinct-degree-blur image; also, to generate black and white or negate-color image files, please click check-box Monochrome or Negate Color

Here is related snapshot below:

Set targeting image format and special image effect during converting flash to image

Step3. Convert flash file to special-effect image files

After you click Ok on Options panel and setting there are saved, please click Convert on GUI interface, and then, after you select destination folder and click ok, after a while, software adds special-effect images into destination folder directly. And for mine, it is shown at the beginning of this article. 🙂

Finally, welcome to use full version of VeryDOC Flash to Image Converter to convert frames of flash file to image files with GUI interface. And for any questions encountered, comments left here could let support team know them directly.

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