Aero SWF.max 2.1
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Aero SWF.max 2.1

Aero SWF.max is a Flash player and a Flash management tool
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Aero SWF.max is basically - but not exclusively - a Flash video player. This application will certainly let you open and play any FLV, SWF, and EXE Flash video file, but what makes it different from the rest is the fact that it includes some utilities that you will not easily find in an average video player. Thus, you will be able to convert your Flash videos into Flash projector EXE files (and vice versa), or into wallpapers and screensavers.

As a player, SWF.max offers fairly good viewing quality even when used at Full Screen mode. Besides, it allows you to create and save your own playlists, thus letting you enjoy any number of videos in a continuous mode. You can also play Flash games, and treat them as ordinary Flash videos, pausing, resuming, and rewinding them just like you would with any other video file.

It is in its extra functionality that SWF.max somehow stands out from the hundreds of Flash video players out there. Its conversion capabilities will allow you to create Flash projectors (EXE Flash video files) from any FLV or SWF file in your system, and vice versa. Another feature that you do not see out there very frequently, is the possibility of creating screensavers or animated wallpapers out of any of the Flash formats supported.

Finally, you can also use SWF.max as a basic media manager, as it can browse your folders looking for supported Flash files and show them to you as practical thumbnails. This, together with its sorting and renaming capabilities, will certainly make it simpler for you to locate specific movies and to keep them organized.

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Francisco Martínez
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  • High-quality output
  • Supports both FLV/SWF files and Flash projector files
  • Allows you to create your own playlists
  • Creates EXE files out of your SWF videos


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