The following review written by one of the Software Informer contributors applies to version 2.2
iPixSoft SWF to Video Converter has been clearly designed with the average user in mind. Its intuitive and attractive interface allows anyone in need of converting Flash SWF and FLV files into other popular video format to perform this task in barely a few seconds.
You can batch-convert more than one file into any of the most popular video codecs, and even download Flash files from the Web, edit, and convert them without leaving the program.
AVI, MPEG, MP4, MOV, MKV, GIF, and the new HTML5 (WebM) are some of the formats you can re-encode your SWF and FLV files into. You can use the default window to import and convert one single file or switch to “batch mode” by clicking on the “Mode” button and select as many source files as needed. Before converting them, though, you are given the possibility of resizing and personalizing them in an intuitive and extremely simple way. The editing functions available are somehow limited but useful – namely, you can crop your SWF videos, set its position and level of transparency, and add a watermark or logo to them. (Note that the program will add its own watermark to your resulting videos when using the 30-day trial free version.)
Probably the most interesting feature that SWF to Video Converter offers is its built-in Flash downloader/converter. With this little tool, you can download and re-encode any Flash file on the Web without having to use any third-party tool, a utility that you will not find in many other similar conversion tools. Other than that, the program follows a very standard workflow, and it seems to avoid unnecessary and complicated settings that may prevent novice users from enjoying it. This simplicity seems to clash with its price tag and is a bit on the steep side for the functionality it offers.