Flash Decompiler Mac converts SWF files back to FLA format or to Flex project files, depending on how they were originally created. It supports Flash versions up to CS5 and converts Flash CS5 files to .xfl - XML-based FLA.
Flash Decompiler Trillix 5.3.1 With Flash Decompiler Trillix for Windows you can convert SWF to FLA, extract sounds, images, fonts, texts, scripts, etc. from SWF file to various formats and edit SWF file on the go without converting it to FLA.
Description: Flash Decompiler Mac is an ultimate SWF to FLA converter. It allows converting SWF files back to their source FLA format or Flex project files (depending on how SWF file was initially compiled). It supports SWF files conversion to Adobe Flash CS5 file format (.xfl - XML-based FLA) and "Binary" tag in SWF elements tree.
Flash Decompiler Trillix for Mac also allows extracting any of SWF elements into a separate file and saving it to your hard drive. Elements that can be extracted are: 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
Sothink SWF Decompiler fuer Mac 6.0 The most stable and feature-rich Flash Decompiler Mac. Converts SWF to FLA or FLEX precisely. Extract SWF elements like images, videos, ActionScript, etc. Supports Flash
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