http://www.swfkits.com/swf-to-wmv-converter/tutorial.html. The detailed video tutorial will show you exactly how to convert SWF to WMV with Moyea SWF to WMV Converter.
Step 1: Input the Flash SWF File
On opening the software, you will get the following window, which is for single mode conversion. If you have only one file to convert, please go on with it. If many, you can click the "Switch to batch mode" tab on the top left to shift to the batch mode conversion.
Click "Browse" to input your flash files on your computer, and click "V" immediately behind to choose from "From Folder", "From IE Cache", and "Flash Projector", there will be a dialog box pop up accompanying with each preference. In it, click the file name, and it will play automatically, then click "OK" to continue. On the right of the playing pane are the properties of the flash file.
Step 2: Export Settings
① Click "Style" to choose your output file format from the drop-down list.
② Click the "folder" in the "Export to" box to set output destination, and click "Locate", destination folder will pop up immediately.
③ Select check box before the "Rip Audio", then audio will be extracted and generated as a single file. Click folder on the right to browse for the audio destination folder, and click "Locate", the destination folder will pop up itself.
Tips: Manual Mode can help to get a better result for interactive or AScript controlled files with few frames.
Step 3: Click "Convert" tab to start the performance testing
Term Interpretations on the Interface:
1. Option: where you can set Performance Testing, Stopped Frame and Loop.
if you would like to re-test the performance, you can click the button "Option" in the capture step, choose "Performance testing", then a operation window will be pop-up.
Set the working folder or just keep the default. To guarantee an accurate result, you are suggested to interact with the flash when it asks you to.
Click next, the program will auto test the performance of the flash SWF file. Later you will get a flash clip, which is the testing of the screen capturing speed. After a second, you will get the following window for you to set the screen capturing speed. Set the speed, or just keep the default. Click "Next" to continue. Check the "Mute while capture" box for silent capture.
Click "Ok" to complete the performance test. After performance testing completed, you are allowed to play and capture the flash SWF file for conversion.
2. Play and Capture: click this button to start SWF file playback and capture at the same time.
3. Snapshot: Click it to capture any current frames of the playing flash file to save as JPEG, BMP and THM format. Just like the function of "Camera", but the captured picture would be bigger than the former mentioned.
4. Finish: Click it to finish capture flash for conversion or exit the capture window. If you did not start capture at all, click this button will exit the conversion, and there would be prompt; if you have started capture and clicked this button, the program will only can convert the captured contents to convert, the other contents would not be able to handled. Besides, the output file may not be able to play if the captured contents are too short. Another prompt would be also occurred.
When the encoding process completes, confirm the "Conversion Completed" prompt to enjoy the dynamic SWF file in WMV format.