SWF Decompiler for Mac converts SWF files to FLA format or to Flex project files, depending on how they were initially created. SWF Decompiler Mac supports Flash versions up to CS5 and can convert Flash CS5 files to .xfl - XML-based FLA.
SWF Decompiler 5.2 SWF Decompiler converts SWF files into FLA, extracts sounds, images, videos, shapes, frames, morphs, fonts, texts, buttons, sprites and ActionScript from SWF files and saves extracted elements to defined folder on the hard drive.
Description: SWF Decompiler for Mac is an essential SWF to FLA and Flex projects conversion tool. You can easily decompile SWF on Mac and convert SWF files back to their source formats: FLA or Flex project files (depending on how original SWF file was compiled). SWF Decompiler Mac offers conversion of SWF files to Adobe Flash CS5 file format (.xfl - XML-based FLA) and supports "Binary" tag in SWF elements tree.
SWF Decompiler for Mac also offers extraction of various SWF elements into a separate file and saving it to the hard drive. You can extract the following elements: images, sounds, videos, shapes, texts, morphs, scripts.
Change Info: Added: Flash files conversion into Adobe Flash CS5 file format (.xfl - XML-based FLA); support of "Binary" tag in SWF elements tree; Improved: data binding support in Flex files; SWF to FLA conversion process is substantially faster now
Flash Converter Suite 2.4 Provide a professional but easy way to convert SWF files to FLA .or various video formats so that you could share them through website or enjoy them on portable devices. SWF
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