The SWF file is an Adobe flash file format which contains animations based on videos and vectors. SWF’s direct abbreviation is Small Web Format but is sometimes referred to as ShockWave Format.
Macromedia originally developed Flash which was purchased in 2005 by Adobe Systems. So now Adobe Flash is renamed Macromedia Flash.
The main use of SWF files is to add animated graphics, video and sound to the internet. We are a popular way to deliver browser-based games, too.
Because SWF files contain ActionScript compiled and compressed media, we are not intended to be edited.
- SWF Files Are Compatible With The Following Windows Version;
- Windows 10
- Windows 9
- Windows 8
- System requirement:
- .NET Framework
- Shockwave Flash Object
How to open SWF File?
Most often, SWF files are played from within a web browser supporting the Adobe Flash Player plugin. Installed with this, a web browser such as Firefox, Edge, or Internet Explorer is able to automatically open SWF files. If you have a local SWF file on your computer, simply drag it into a browser window and drop it to play.
- Launch standalone app to open .swf files
- Now Choose File and then click on the option Open
- Then find the SWF file you wish to open and the select the File(s)
- Thats it your are done.
Software That Open SWF Files;
- Adobe Flash Player
- Adobe Dreamweaver 2020
- Adobe Flash Professional CC
- GRETECH GOM Player
- Media Player Classic
- BIT LABS SWF Player
- Eltima Flash Decompiler Trillix
- GlobFX Swiff Player
So, now you guys give it a try and let us know your comments.