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  1. I need to play swf files. They work well online. But when downloaded it isn't playing in any of my video players(GOM, VLC) or in the browsers i use ( Chrome, Firefox). The SWF file are flash games. I need to play it offline. How do i play it? HELP...
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  2. I'm a MEGA Super Moderator Baldrick's Avatar
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    YOu must play it in a web browser with flash. But it might not work for all swf files.
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  3. Originally Posted by swalih View Post
    But when downloaded it isn't playing in any of my video players(GOM, VLC) or in the browsers i use ( Chrome, Firefox)
    I've tried that. I already have adobe flash installed. It worked in my other computer, though. HELP
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    I believe you can also play SWFs using IrfanView or MPC/MPC-HC (though you may need to have Shockwave Flash installed for MPC/MPC-HC; IrfanView's support is limited to Flash 9 or earlier, IIRC). I can't remember whether or not Adobe has a stand-alone Shockwave Flash player (I used to 'create' my own by extracting them from executable SWF/projector videos).

    Do you have both the Internet Explorer and Firefox/Opera/etc. Shockwave setups (NOT Flash Player) installed?
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  5. I have IE, Firefox, Chrome installed. Do you mean adobe shockwave player 11.6? If it is, i have it installed.

    Let me try MPC-HC. But it is supposed to work in Google chrome. It worked in it before.
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    They played in my Adobe Flash 10 app.
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