"This Land" MPEG file?

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  1. sethypoo macrumors 68000

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  2. iLikeMyiMac macrumors 6502a

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    Couldn't you just use Snapz Pro X 2.0.1 to capture the swf. I think it can record the sound too.
     
  3. Elan0204 macrumors 65816

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    If you do end up getting an mpeg or mov of the file, it would be great if you could post a link here.
     
  4. SilentPanda Moderator emeritus

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    I tried exporting it from quicktime and also opening it up in Flash MX and neither worked.
     
  5. Duff-Man macrumors 68030

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    Duff-Man says...I am not sure of the format, but there is a downloadable version available from the original creators for just $2.99 - JibJab ....oh yeah!
     
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  7. dbooster macrumors member

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    Anyone ever figure this out? I have managed to save the swf file, but I can't open it with quicktime. I want to convert it to a format that I can burn to a cd that will play on a dvd player so I can share this great video with non-computer people.

    Thanks!
    -dave
     
  8. zim macrumors 65816

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    It is a flash movie, swf file.

    http://images2.shockwave.com/afassets/flash/this_land.swf

    Just control click on that link and save it to the desk top... I got the URI form the source code.

    You can then play the file in QT or place it into an html file and play it in a browser.

    <edit>
    OOPS! did not read that lats post... sorry.

    Most likely the swf file has been protected from import. Placing it into an html page and playing it locally through a browser would be the best way.

    <edit2>
    Verified that the file is protected from import. The best option would be to use something like snapzpro (capturing application) and record it to mpg.
     

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