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    Well, there would be an easy workaround, I...

    Well, there would be an easy workaround, I believe: create extremely compressed (and ugly) versions of the images and embed those in the SWF. Then convert the SWF with Swiffy. Then in the HTML5...
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    They're simply incompatible. It's possible that...

    They're simply incompatible. It's possible that some SWFs would contain graphics that can easily be converted. But in most cases, the entire purpose for a SWF is because it is something you can't do...
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