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30-11-2011, 11:29 PM
Google Nexus S is a 4. 0 inches touch screen release by Google. Although it can support Flash Player 1. 0, it still cannot well support SWF videos. Thus we must convert SWF to MP4 (http://www.swf-avi-converter.com/how-to-watch-swf-videos-on-google-nexus-s/) or other videos it will support. First, let’s briefly review the main features of this equipment.
1. 4 inches capacitive touch screen with a resolution in 480*800 pixels.
2. Android 2. 3 operating system and even 1GHz processor.
3. 16GB ROM and even 512 MB RAM
4. Virtual QWERTY keyboard and even Bluetooth 2. 1
5. Built-in GPS navigation and even 1500mAh battery
6. Video formats: MP4, DIVX, WMV, H. 264 and H. 263
7. SNS support: YouTube, Flicker, Picasa, etc.
Now, let’s take a look at easy methods to switch SWF to MP4 so that it can be normally played on Google Nexus S.
Step 1: down load a SWF converter (http://www.swf-avi-converter.com). Install and start it.
Step 2: simply input the SWF files. There are several input methods such as browse from local folders, directly input the URL address and so on.
Just preview the SWF video by pressing the buttons under the view screen. Aside from that, you are able to crop and even capture the video here.
Step 3: please push “Export” and even choose “Video”.
Here you will need choose the output video format as MP4, select a folder as output folder and even click the settings icon to modify the audio and even video settings of the produced video.
You can change the video codec, audio codec, video size, bite rate and several other parameters here.
By the way, if you want to rip audio from the source SWF file, you just need to choose “Rip audio”.
Step 4: just switch SWF to MP4 by clicking on “Convert”. The SWF to MP4 conversion will be finished within a few seconds and the program will automatically open the output folder for you.
Therefore, you just need to wait to enjoy the output video and even synchronize it to Google Nexus S.

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