Nov 06

Tutorial–How to Decompile a Flash on Mac?

 

Sothink SWF Decompiler for Mac

— Professional tool to recover SWF to FLA for Mac OS

Supports Flash CS3 (9.0) and ActionScript 3.0 completely.

Sothink SWF Decompiler for Mac is a professional tool to convert SWF to FLA and extract elements from SWF into variable formats. And exporting multi-file simultaneously is supported. Compatible with Flash versions including Macromedia Flash MX (Flash 6.0), Flash MX 2004 (Flash 7.0), Macromedia Flash 8 and Flash CS3 (9.0). Supports both ActionScript 2.0 and 3.0; and decompiles the code written in ActionScript 2 or 3 and displays the readable code in ActionScript window with syntax highlighting. After the converting, you can get the completed FLA file including linkage, components, *.as, etc.

With SWF Decompiler for Mac, you can extract any element of the Flash movie such as shapes, morph shapes, images, sounds, videos, frames, fonts, texts, buttons, sprites and ActionScripts. E.g. you can extract ActionScript as *.as file, get sounds as mp3 or wav, images as jpeg, bmp or png, videos as flv, shapes as swf, etc. Both standard SWF and EXE (Flash project) files are supported.

Sothink SWF Decompiler for Mac provides a user-friendly interface. A built-in player enables you to preview the movie and every element before exporting. And the interface layout can be customized to meet your needs.

To make SWF Decompiler for Mac more appealing, SWF Catcher is offered. It is a free tool that can capture Flash movies online from Firefox.

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May 07

Sothink Decompiler for MAC Beta version is Available This Week!

 Fuwa

Sothink Decompiler for MAC Beta version is available this week! I must say that this version is released a little bit later than we’ve announced before, so here we want to apologize to all for this. The Sothink R&D center, who always dedicate itself to offer  the most powerful functions and the best technical support, is now going all out to enhance the compatibility and stability of this product. And we will release the final version on about May 20th, 2008.

What’s more, before the final version is released, all the pre-orders will still enjoy preferential prices, and feel free to try the beta version. Besides that, we will offer all the pre-orders an Olympic Fuwa–The Official Mascots of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games as a present and compensation, As well as supporting the Olympics 2008.

Thank you all once again, friends of SourceTec. With your support, we will strive to make it better!