The replays of talks at a recent virtual online conference were made available in SWF-format. I presume that most if not all of the presentations were produced using Camtasia Studio. I would very much prefer to watch these videos on my TV rather than at my computer and would thus like to convert them to something that can be read and played back by my DVD player, e.g. DivX or some other MPEG variation.
I have searched the net far and wide and all I found so far were some free tools for decompiling the SWF down to resources (which leaves me with a bunch of delta JPGs and if I'm lucky an audio file) on the one hand and some ridiculously-priced tools that advertise themselves as being converters but truly appear to be mere video capture tools that can only convert the SWFs in realtime on the other hand (and I would rather like to avoid having to convert some 40 hours of videos "in realtime").
I find it hard to believe that it should be this hard to do that conversion as I was under the impression that Camtasia was already working with MPEG-video internally as well...
BTW: I do own a copy of Camtasia 3 if that helps.