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Convert SWF to FLA, export objects to multiple formats or easily replace them.
Flash Decompiler from Eltima.com is a powerful SWF to FLA Converter for Windows OS which decompiles sounds, images, videos, shapes, frames, morphs, fonts, texts, buttons, sprites and ActionScripts from any SWF. This solution from Eltima.com also allows you to get Flash Video in AVI or other playable formats. All you need to do is just select the SWF you want to convert, choose desired settings or simply leave the optimal default ones – and with another click get the original FLA file. Easily browse your PC for Flash movies with a built-in explorer, featuring SWF thumbnail preview, and add SWF files to quickly accessible Favorites folder. Flash Decompiler will play selected items or show preview of decompiled SWF elements. It can also export resources into multiple formats: you can save sounds as WAV and MP3, images - as PNG, JPEG and BMP, videos - as FLV (Flash video format) and AVI, export texts into RTF, TXT and HTML. You can decompile Flash projector files in the same easy way as common SWF files. Replace images, colors, gradients and lines to make changes to SWF files on the go using unique SWF Replacer feature of Flash Decompiler from Eltima.com. Not only do professional Flashers enjoy using this tool, but beginners as well find it exceptionally helpful for given opportunity to peek at the code of most advanced Flash intros, sites and other Flash animations. Due to its user-friendly interface Flash Decompiler enables you to reach any of the elements among multiple items in decompiled class, as it has an exceptionally convenient Grouped showing mode implemented. With several interface skins and layout options you will customize Flash Decompiler to meet your personal taste and needs. Flash Decompiler from Eltima.com represents an advanced feature-set and a clean user-friendly interface, which will make it a pleasure for you to work with.
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