Adobe Flash (formerly Macromedia Flash) is an all-todays-goodies format. Small games, rich interfaces, video publishing, blah-blah. But theres one major drawback of downloaded flash videos: its their playback. Flash packed as EXE behave like a video-player with very poor features, other flash formats (swf, flv) are typically opened in browser and behave like a video-player without any features, even play/pause. If there is a problem, there should be a solution, and one sunny day it arrives: Aero SWF.max, an advanced flash player.
It opens with grace not only EXE, SWF and FLV, but entire folders with Flash videos and games showing thumbnails and names for each of them, so you can easily select what to see, even for nonsense-named files. Then, when you play you have all usual controls for media-players, like play/pause, mute, rewind, keyboard control of them; you can see Flash files in full-screen mode and organize them in playlists like in any mature player. As a happy addition, Aero SWF.max allows you to do some handy conversions of Flash files: you can convert EXE (projector) to FLV and vice versa; you can create batch thumbnails from several Flash movies; and last but not least ANY Flash video can be converted to full-featured screensaver in one click!
Aero SWF.max Flash Player 1.5.780 Media Browser lets you browse folders in search of Flash Movies and recognize movies by movie frames. Manage Flash files from Media Browser. Create and save Flash Playlists. In
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