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SWF to TGA Converter Command Line

SWF, Shockwave Flash is a technology developed by Adobe Systems, which is widely used for video broadcasting on the Internet. These downloaded videos are always saved with “.swf” extension. You can convert frames of these SWF videos to TGA images with SWF to TGA Converter Command Line.

SWF to TGA Converter Command Line is free for evaluation. You can freely download the application and unpack it into your disk. This application is designed for MS-DOS interface use only, and it is instantly runnable without any installation steps.


Before running this application, please open a MS-DOS command prompt window in your system. Follow these steps, [start] menu [Run] input "cmd" in "Run" dialog box press [OK], and then you have opened a MS-DOS command prompt window.

For easy use, please change the default current directory of the opened command prompt window to the directory where the application is saved.


A simple usage of command line for converting SWF to TGA is as follow,
>swf2img.exe -in a.swf -out test.tga .



The snapshot above shows a MS-DOS command prompt window with the command line input. In the command line, "swf2img.exe" is to call the application, "-in a.swf" specifies the source file name "a.swf", and "-out test.tga" is for specifying names for saving converted TGA images. For there more than one frames in one SWF video, the converted TGA images will be named "test0001.tga", "test0002.tga"…


SWF to TGA Converter Command Line is mainly designed for server runners and developers. If you want to run this application on your server for providing service, please use a server license. If you need to redistribute the application within a third-party software package, please buy a developer license.

SWF to TGA Converter Command Line supports these options:
  • -in: specify input SWF file name
  • -out: specify output image file name
  • -width and –height: set the width and height of converted image
  • -timer: set the capture interval of conversion, in unit of millisecond
  • -hidewindow: hide the progress dialog during conversion
  • -$: register the application with a registration key

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