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Examining what things are made of is humans eternal passion. Examining what computer things are made of is even more attractive. Examining what Flash movies and games are made of can be useful and even necessary (while remaining so attractive!) Sothink SWF Decompiler fulfils this passion completely.
Sothink SWF Decompiler can help you to examine any SWF file in details and convert it back to FLA («not compiled» Flash sources that you can further change). The software easily handles not only SWFs, but Flash Projector files compiled to self-containing EXEs.
So, what can be examined and extracted? Really Everything! Video can become FLV, audio is converted to MP3 or WAVs, pictures to any image formats, ActionScript to text sources or binaries, and so on, every element, without exclusions. You can know in details, how something has been created or you can reuse some pretty elements, such as pictures, shapes or sprites.
As for the user interface, Sothink SWF Decompiler looks like a complete modern explorer-like software, having all parts on the right place; here are files browsing, object tree with full preview of every object, Properties Inspector, and even full syntax highlighting for ActionScript! Just Excellent Work.
Sothink SWF Decompiler-Flash Decompiler 3.7 Sothink SWF Decompiler is a leading decompiling tool, which can catch, decompile, and export Shockwave Flash movie. It is so easy to convert SWF to FLA and export all elements in
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