Yeah flash loves to kill the quality if you export it as avi.
What I personally do, I dont export it at all.
I publish the swf file. And I import that into Adobe After Effects. It doesnt kill quality. Then I add it to the timeline and render it, leaving a huuuuge file but no quality loss at all. After that I like to re-render it in movie maker, reducing the file size yet keeping it HD.
So remember, .swf in after effects does the trick. Then you can choose to convert it to w/e, I like to make it avi and make it mp4 later in movie maker.
alevkovFeatured By OwnerJan 6, 2013Professional Digital Artist
Luna you got plenty of options:
1) Use a screen recording software (*optimal) 2) Use an FLV to Video Converter like [link] 2.1) Use an MOV to Video Converter??? 3) Use Sony Vegas (it accepts MOV files) to edit nd convert it. 4) Use [link] to convert it online for free and without any watermarks or ads.