Workarounds for inserting swf files into Engage

I'm developing a course that requires several swf files to be embedded into an Engage file as media elements. Engage limits the swf to 600 x 300 px, which is annoying, since this leaves quite a bit of unused screen real-estate in the final published version.

Does anyone know of any hacks or workarounds to increase the dimensions of an embedded swf in Engage?Popups are a non-starter - the swf has to be embedded.

Here's a preview of one of the swfs - look at how much 'empty' real estate is wasted beneath the image

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