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How to Convert SWF to FLA?
2009-08-08 21:04:25
Sothink SWF Decompiler is a professional Flash decompiler. In this tutorial, we will give you a step-by-step guide on how to convert SWF to FLA files by Sothink SWF Decompiler. Preparation: In desktop of your computer, create a new folder and name it as "swftofla", and then put a Flash movie into it (we use snow.swf as an example). In the following tutorial, we will convert this snow.swf file to FLA format.

Step1: Open the SWF File that You Want to Convert

1. Launch Sothink SWF Decompiler. 2. From the "Explorer" window, browse to "swftofla" folder, and the snow.swf file is automatically appeared in the below panel. swf decompiler 3. Click on the snow.swf file, and then it will begin to play in the preview window. In "Resources" panel, click the "+" sign to expand the files, and then all of the elements contained in the SWF are analyzed and listed in this panel. swf to fla Step2: Export the snow.swf to a FLA File and View it in Adobe Flash 1. In the "Resources" panel, click "Export FLA". Now an Export FLA dialog is opened: decompile swf 2. In the Export FLA dialog, the target FLA file is named as ~snow.fla by default. You can choose to give it another name or not. Click "Browse" button to choose a directory for saving the ~snow.fla file. And then please specify appropriate settings and click "OK". Now a SWF Decompiler dialog is opened. decompile flash 3. In the SWF Decompiler dialog, choose FLA version for the exported ~snow.fla file and click "OK". And then another SWF Decompiler dialog is appeared: catch flash This new SWF Decompiler dialog prompts you that the ~snow.fla file has been exported successfully, and asks if you want to open it in Adobe Flash. 4. Choose "Yes" in the dialog. The Adobe Flash program is launched, and the exported ~snow.fla file is automatically opened in it. You can see that all of the layers are recovered, the symbols and AS are also completely decompiled. convert swf to fla Step3: Preview the Exported FLA File in Adobe Flash 1. In Adobe Flash, choose File -> Publish Preview -> HTML. Now the exported ~snow.fla is begin to play in a new opened HTML page, and you will find that it is the same with your original snow.swf file.

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  • Wilma 2012-06-01 22:56:54 Says:
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  • Danny 2013-11-15 21:51:50 Says:
    This is really great! A best ptcarices or guide for creating search friendly SWFs would be super handy. For example, what kind of text boxes are readable? Do they have to be the newer TFL text boxes, which have 'read only', 'selectable' or 'editable' as options?Or can they be the Classic text boxes? Classic can be 'static' or 'dynamic' (dynamic having selectable as an option).I think a great deal of my SWFs start out 'empty' until the Actionscript calls for the content to load. I've got some cases where the URLs are unique and the Title is created when the SWF loads. If I list all of those URLs in a sitemap.xml, will Google read the Titles of the pages before or after the SWF loads and changes them. If the text content is dynamic, coming from an XML file, will Google see the page after it loads so that all the content is in place?Anyway, this is very exciting!! Flash is only getting better and it's very cool that Google and Adobe are working together. I can understand why some people knock Flash, it's a compiled language and requires some effort (time and money) to get up to speed. There are still some people with a 1999 view of how Flash is used, but that's not really a surprise. I'm a fan of standards and all kinds of good web design approaches. To quote a very pro-standards guy (J. Keith) - "In truth, there are no bad technologies. There are just bad uses of a technology"
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