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    SWF to FLA converters?

    Hi, All ~

    I'm pretty new to the forums here, so I thought I'd say a quick hello. (I signed up last year, but never really participated until now.)

    Anyway, I've been approached with a Flash project where the original FLA file is unavailable. I've managed to find a utility that scans the file for images, scripts, and objects.

    http://www.livetronix.com/products/swfscanner/index.php

    Does anyone know of something similar or better?

    Nicole
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    Ouch! try to find who did it and see if they have original - although from experience that can involve some politiking.

    There is a swf decompiler call ASV I think... not sure of url. Try searching for swf decompiler on Google.

    I've had to start from scratch on a few projects cos of this.

    Cheers
    James

    Quote Originally Posted by AFSD-Nicole
    Hi, All ~

    I'm pretty new to the forums here, so I thought I'd say a quick hello. (I signed up last year, but never really participated until now.)

    Anyway, I've been approached with a Flash project where the original FLA file is unavailable. I've managed to find a utility that scans the file for images, scripts, and objects.

    http://www.livetronix.com/products/swfscanner/index.php

    Does anyone know of something similar or better?

    Nicole

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    James, thanks for the swf "decompiler" keyword. I kept searching for SWF to FLA "converters". I'm pretty certain that the original file isn't available. The politics on this one are especially touchy; my boss does web development on the side and he's come to me with this. We'll see what happens... thanks again for the keyword.

    Nicole


    There is a swf decompiler call ASV I think... not sure of url. Try searching for swf decompiler on Google.

    I've had to start from scratch on a few projects cos of this.

    Cheers
    James[/QUOTE]
    Nicole Rhoads
    At First Site Design
    Web Manager, Albion College
    - If your fear is larger than your dreams, any excuse will do.


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