We are happy to announce the release of our new Sothink SWF Decompiler V5.4. It is the industry-leading ActionScript viewer for decompiling SWF to FLA or FLEX project, or extracting every SWF elements. This latest version delivers many appealing features, plus improvements to many existing features.
The most important enhancement for this ActionScript viewer is that the “search all” function is enabled for ActionScript, so now you can search ActionScript in all AS files of selected Flash.
Sothink SWF Decompiler V5.4 is not just a SWF to FLA/FLEX converter. Now a SWF extractor tool is added into the program, and you are able to extract SWF from Flash movies of EXE format.
An additional benefit of the Sothink SWF Decompiler V5.4 is that it is able to automatically recognize system language and switch to corresponding program interface. Besides the existing English, German, French and Traditional Chinese program interfaces, Italian and Korean interfaces are also available in this new version.
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As the second step of DIY Christmas cards, you need to prepare various pretty card elements, such as image, sound, shape, sprite, ActionScript, etc. Now I will introduce you how to extract elements from your captured Christmas card.
Used Tool: Sothink SWF Decompiler for Mac V5.3
Estimated Time: 5 Minutes
Purpose: Extract an image from SWF on Mac (For Windows Users >>)
Step 1: Open the SWF containing desired Christmas card elements
1. Launch Sothink SWF Decompiler for Mac.
2. In the explorer panel, locate the folder containing target SWF, and then the SWF will be listed in the below panel.
MXML file is an Adobe Flex Markup Language and its component is used by an Adobe Flex application.
The MXML file is used for laying out user interface components in the application. Most Flex applications include multiple MXML and ActionScript (.AS) files.
For decompiling and reusing the SWF created by Adobe Flex Builder 3, Sothink SWF Decompiler, the leading SWF to Flex project converter and resource extractor, can help you to decompile the SWF to MXML. Please see the following step-by-step tutorial.
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Used Tool: Sothink SWF Decompiler V5.3 – Leading SWF to MXML converter
Estimated Time: 5 Minutes
Purpose: Convert SWF to MXML
Step 1: Open the SWF to be converted to MXML
1. Launch Sothink SWF Decompiler.
2. In the Explorer panel, browse to find the folder where the SWF you want to convert to MXML locates, and the SWF will be listed in the panel below.
Aiming to offer customers enhanced security, on November 2, 2009, SourceTec has announced the release of new version of Sothink SWF Decompiler (Windows version). The SWF Decompiler Win 5.3 is enriched with lots of new features and improvements focused around improving stability and user experience, which turns into one of the most complete solutions for Flash fans that want to decompile SWF to FLA or FLEX project.
I tried out the new version and really like its new and easy-to-use interface. What makes this new version notable is that it supports Windows 7. Adding compatibility for the latest Microsoft operating system will offer customers many compelling benefits, such as improved security and reliability.
Apart from the above features, the new SWF Decompiler Win 5.3 is more stable than previous versions, and the optimized interface will also bring you better usability and user experience. As a smart multi-language Flash decompiler, SWF Decompiler Win 5.3 now provides French interface besides the existing English, German and Traditional Chinese interfaces.
Overall, Sothink SWF Decompiler is expected the best to arouse super lively interest in professional Flash designers or amateurs to decompile SWF to FLA or FLEX project, as well as extracting any Flash elements from SWF files. It is for sure that the team will update with more features as they find them. So what new features have you found and what is Sothink SWF Decompiler still missing? You can tell us here by leaving a comment.
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