Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) SWF2Saver

What is a SWF file?

What Flash versions are the Screen Savers compatible with?

Does the user need to have the Flash Player installed to view the Screen Savers?

What are the system requirements to install/run the Screen Savers produced by SWF2Saver?

How do I install the Screensavers?

How do I Uninstall the Screensavers?

Is there a limit on the number of Screen Savers I can create and distribute?

 

 

What is a SWF file?

The Macromedia Flash file format (SWF) (pronounced "swiff") delivers vector graphics and animation over the Internet to the Macromedia Flash Player. For more information regarding Flash, please see our General FAQ.

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What Flash versions are the Screen Savers compatible with?

SWF2Saver supports Flash (SWF) files up to Flash 7 (Flash MX2004).

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Does the user need to have the Flash Player installed to view the Screen Savers?

No. The Screen Savers are self-contained and do not require the user to have the Flash Player installed.

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What are the system requirements to install/run the Screen Savers produced by SWF2Saver?

The screensavers will install and run on Macintosh OSX 10.2 or higher.

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How do I install the Screensavers?

SWF2Saver can output both .saver files as well as installers to automatically install the screensavers. If you output a .saver file, you can place it in the Screen Savers folder located in any of the Library folders. You can also double-click on the .saver file, and the OS should automatically install the screensaver in the proper location as well.

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How do I uninstall the Screensavers?

Locate the appropriate .saver file in the Screen Savers folder located in the Library folder, and move it to the Trash. The next time you start the System Preferences, the screen saver should be removed from the list of available screensavers.

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Is there a limit on the number of Screen Savers I can create and distribute?

No.

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