Embed Flash Movies (SWF) in Web Pages Via Adobe Share

Written by Amit Agarwal on Oct 25, 2007

You can now embed a Flash movie in any website (including blogs and wikis) without having to write any complex HTML code.

Just upload your SWF file to the Adobe Share website here and get the HTML code – it’s almost as simple as embedding a YouTube video on some web page.

Adobe Share could be a good place to share your SWF screencast video created in Jing or Camtasia Studio 5 (review) when you don’t have an account on screencast.com.

The Adobe Share player (embedded version) doesn’t have buttons to control the playing when viewing .SWF file but those features are coming soon according to Mangesh.

Related: Embed FLV Flash Videos in Web Pages

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