Save original soundtrack into a separate file

In order to save original soundtrack into a separate file, please, follow the steps:

1. Launch SWF Video Converter if it is not already started.Â

2. Click “Browse” button which is located next to “Source Video file” option in Source/Target Files panel and select the required video file in “Open file” dialog. Please, be patient while the file is loaded: large movies may take some time to be loaded into preview window. Once the movie file is successfully loaded, you will see that File Details pane is filled with corresponding data, Activity log notifies that source file is loaded and Start Conversion button is activated.Â

3. Optionally, you may change the default file name of the target file (which is the same as the name of the original file but has a different extension) by clicking “Browse” button which is located next to the “Target file” option in Source/Target Files panel. Please, note that file extension depends on the “Output format” option you set in Output options tab and could be either SWF or FLV.Â

4. Switch to Audio options tab and tick “Save original soundtrack into” checkbox. Click img button and specify file name and full path to it in a “Save As” dialog.Â5. Click Start Conversion button to start the conversion process. You may check Activity log to be aware of any possible problems or conversion progress. In case you want to stop conversion process, please, click Stop Conversions button in the program Toolbar. If you have enabled “Open the resulting SWF/HTML automatically when the conversion is over” option in Configuration options panel, the resulting file will be automatically opened with the associated application when the conversion process is successfully finished. When conversion is over, the original soundtrack will be extracted into a separate sound file of the corresponding sound format.Â