Nowadays more and more websites are using Flash banners rather than animated GIF banners because Flash banners allow more complex animations, have high graphic quality and can include scripting features and interactivity. Besides, the output SWF file usually has a small size thus fast to download for end users. Flash banners are now almost universally accepted, displaying on more than 96% of computers with Internet connections.
To ensure better user experience, the Flash SWF file size should be small enough for fast download. Among all the components in Flash, images are one of the key factors that may cause Flash file too big. Below we will show you how to compress images in Flash on Mac.
Leawo SWF Compressor for Mac is your best choice to help you to compress your SWF files with high quality. You don’t even have to know Flash technology well to compress SWF files. SWF files can be reduced up to 70% depending on the file properties.
Free download Leawo Flash Image Compressor for Mac and install it on your computer, then walk through the following steps to compress images in Flash on Mac.
Import SWF files.
Run the program, click “Add” button or drag and drop the SWF files into the Flash SWF optimizer.
Select compression setting for SWF files.
For your convenience Leawo SWF Compressor for Mac provides selection of predefined optimization settings: Best, Good, Basic, Medium, Sprite and Custom. Just select one of them and you are ready to start optimizing.
Advanced SWF compression settings.
If you want, you can customize every SWF parameter setting, just press the “Show More Options” button and you will be able to choose more profound settings up to your needs. Detailed SWF parameters are separated into 5 groups: image, shape, video, audio and font. You may get to know the meaning of each parameter in the user guide of SWF Compressor for Mac.
Compress SWF files.
After all settings are applied, press “Compress” button to start SWF compression process.
SWF Compressor for Mac
Reduce output SWF file size by compressing images in Flash on Mac
Platfrom: Intel-based Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, 10.7 Lion or later