What is swf?
The SWF (pronounced “Swiff”) file format is a Shockwave Flash Movie used by Adobe Flash. It is used to show text, (vector) graphics, sound, browser-based games or interactive content ( written in the ActionScript language ) on the web. To be able to view this file on the web the user will need a web browser that has the Flash plugin installed. The SWF isn’t meant for editing only for playing or viewing because its the compiled version of the media. If you want to edit the content then edit the original .FLA instead. Mime-type: application/x-shockwave-flash
What is wmf?
The WMF is a graphic format created by Microsoft in the early 1990’s. It stands for ‘Windows Metafile’ and may contain both vector graphics and bitmap components. It was designed and used before the rise of the internet. When the internet came up widely used formats like GIF and JPEG resulted in lower popularity for WMF. Mime type: application/x-msmetafile, application/wmf, application/x-wmf, image/wmf, image/x-wmf, image/x-win-metafile, zz-application/zz-winassoc-wmf
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