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Flash to Google Plus – Share Flash Movie on Google +

After exceeding YouTube and Tweet to be the second largest social network community, Google Plus moved another step forward to be the Facebook killer as it had once promised. In just a few years, the number of Google + users has increased from hundreds to over 500 million. Compared with Facebook, Google Plus, as a part of the ecosystem of Google, is easy to register and operate. In fact, like most Facebook users, Google Plus users spend much time sharing interesting things like videos and photos with friends.  However, it is a pitiful thing that Flash movies, which are mostly created to make people happy, are not supported by Google Plus.

Flash and Google Plus

“How can I share Flash movie on Google +?” When finding some interesting Flash animations, the first thing that comes to the mind of most users is to share the Flash movies with friends on Google +. In fact, even though sharing Flash movie on Google + directly is impossible, users can also find other ways to upload interesting Flash movies to Google Plus. For example, users can upload Flash to YouTube because sharing YouTube video on Google Plus is much easier. Users can also convert Flash to Google Plus friendly video and then upload the converted video directly.

Method I: Upload Flash to YouTube

An advantage of Google Plus over Facebook is that it is allowed to make full use of Google products like YouTube. In fact, sharing YouTube video on Google Plus turns out to be a task no harder than climbing a ladder. Therefore, once users can upload Flash animation to YouTube, he is granted the power to share Flash movie on Google +.

Step 1: Download and launch Moyea SWF to FLV Converter, a tool exclusively designed to convert Flash movie to YouTube video. Then use the SWF converter to manage the process of uploading Flash to YouTube.

Flash to Google Plus: Flash to YouTube

Step 2: After that, copy the URL address of the YouTube video. Then open the homepage of the Google +, click “Share” button, choose “Add Video” icon and select “YouTube” option in the drop-down menu. Then paste the copied URL address to corresponding bar.

Flash to Google Plus: Share YouTube

Method II: Convert Flash to Google Plus video

Another good way to share Flash animation on Google Plus is to convert Flash SWF to Google Plus friendly video. Of course, to make sure the conversion works, a powerful Flash to Google Plus converter like Moyea SWF to MP4 Converter will be needed.

Step 1: Download and launch Moyea SWF to MP4 Converter. Open the converter, click “Browser…” button and then choose “From Folder” option to import local Flash animation for further conversion.

Flash to Google Plus: import Flash

Step 2: Click “Export” tab, check “Video” box and then set the output file as MP4 video in the drop-down menu of “Style”. After that, click “Convert” tab to start the conversion process from Flash movie to Google Plus video.

Flash to Google Plus: Flash to MP4

Step 3: After the conversion process, click “Share” button, choose “Add Video” icon and select “+ Upload video” option to import the converted MP4 video.  When the uploading process is done, click “Add videos” button.

Flash to Google Plus: Add video to Google Plus

Step 4: After that, click “Share” button and click “Share” icon in green to finish the process of uploading Flash animation to Google Plus.

Flash to Google Plus: Share Flash movie

2 Methods to Add YouTube Video to Facebook

As one of the most influential social networking communities, Facebook provides a perfect communicative platform for all users. In fact, many Facebook users spend most of the time posting nice photos, updating personal statutes and sharing YouTube videos on Facebook. Generally speaking, YouTube video not only gets the biggest chance to win more likes than photo or music, but also makes the users become popular among friends. As a consequence, whenever users have found interesting YouTube videos, they have strong desires to add the YouTube videos to Facebook.

YouTube and Facebook

However, another truth is that not all Facebook users can be handy with operations on Facebook. Even though more and more users tend to post YouTube video on Facebook, there are still users who are looking for the methods to add YouTube video to Facebook. Therefore, this post will cover two methods that guide users to add YouTube video to Facebook.

Method One: Share YouTube links on Facebook

For those files who can’t be supported by Facebook, they will be mostly used as share links by Facebook users. This is the method of how users share PowerPoint on Facebook or add YouTube video to Facebook. In fact, those links not only provides users a solution to embed YouTube video to Facebook but also can be achieved easily.

Step 1: Open the homepage of YouTube and look for the YouTube video via the searching bar. When entering into the video page, click “Share” button and choose “Share this video” tab to find out the URL address of the YouTube video.

YouTube to Facebook: Copy URL of YouTube video

Step 2: Log in Facebook, get to the Profile page and then click “Links” icon, paste the URL address of the YouTube video to the board and choose “Post” button.

YouTube to Facebook: Share link on Facebook

Method Two: Convert YouTube video to Facebook movie

Facebook allow users to upload videos, but poses strict limitations to those supported videos. Therefore, another method for users to add YouTube video to Facebook is to convert those YouTube video to Facebook movie. Of course, this method can be only done when copyright infringements are not involved. Moreover, to manage the conversion process, users need to refer to a powerful YouTube to Facebook converter like Moyea SWF to MP4 Converter.

Step 1: Open the page of the YouTube video, click “Share” button, choose “Embed” tab and then check “Use old embed code” option. Then copy the first part of the URL address in “Value=” section.

YouTube to Facebook: Copy video URL

Step 2: After installing Moyea SWF to MP4 Converter, open it and then choose “From URL” option in the drop-down menu of “Browser…” button. Then paste the URL address to corresponding bar and click “OK” button.

YouTube to Facebook: Import YouTube as Flash

Step 3: Click “Export” tab, check “Video” box and then set the output video as MP4 movie in the drop-down menu of “Profile”. Click “Settings” button and then define the aspect ratio of the MP4 video as “16:9”. Then click “Convert” button to start the conversion.

YouTube to Facebook: Convert YouTube to MP4

Step 4: After that, enter to the page of Facebook, click “Add Photos/Video” button and choose “Upload Photos/Video” link to upload the converted YouTube video to Facebook.

YouTube to Facebook: Upload MP4 video

iPad Accelerates the Collapse of Traditional Magazines and Restricts Flash

July 22, 2010, according to the foreign media, when Apple’s iPad tablet PC is considered a new reading experience for consumers by the traditional publishing industry, some companies have already crossed the boundary between paper and digital media and plan to fight for the digital publishing battle.

Virgin Group, as one of the iPad-platform supporters, is planning to release the iPad-exclusive consumer magazine – Maverick in early October this year. It is only applicable to iPhone applications, not yet a Kindle, web and paper version.

Due to the excellent features like supporting HTML5 video, meta color photographs, complex interactive applications and enormous display screen, iPad definitely brings brand-new digital reading experience for mass customers. That is why this product is so popular in numerous consumers. As iPad keeps expanding its market share, the industry is also looking forward to the performance of Google Android and other upcoming tablet PCs.

Richard Branson indicates the advantage of iPad-exclusive magazine Maverick released by Virgin Group lies in the fact that there is no corresponding paper version. Because the traditional publishers they don’t want the extremely low price of electronic version to impact the higher price of paper version. That is also the reason why they can’t reduce the price of digital publications.

On the other hand, the rejection between iPad and Flash will restrict Apple’s growth unless iPad can earn more support from publishers than Android tablet PC, which relatively has bigger market shares.

You may be also interested in the conversion instead of restriction between Flash and iPad. Click here to learn how to convert flash SWF to MP4 for playback on iPad, iPod, iPhone etc.