Flash Decompiler Trillix is a decompiler for SWF files. It allows you to extract objects from a Flash movie, save sounds as WAV and MP3, images as PNG, JPEG, and BMP, videos as FLV (Flash video format), AVI, or MPEG, and text as RTF, TXT, and HTML. It can also export ActionScripts.
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X|
Release Notes: This release adds Mac OS X 10.8 support, decompilation of SWF files embedded into an SWF file as binary data (nested SWF files), basic conversion of SWF files with a standard Flash preloader (e.g., files with TLF texts), basic decompilation of Adobe AIR applications, and decompilation of Flash projects compiled in Flex 4. It greatly improves Flex 3 support (including states, effects, etc.). It fixes application hanging when converting SWF into Flash CS5 and failure of SWF file previews in the Flash Decompiler player.
Release Notes: Flash files can now be converted into the Adobe Flash CS5 file format (.xfl, XML-based FLA). Support was added for the "Binary" tag in SWF elements tree. Data binding support in Flex files was improved. The SWF to FLA conversion process is substantially faster now.
Release Notes: A warning message is given if a SWF file doesn't satisfy the Adobe SWF File Format Specification. A mechanism was added for fixing some SWF files that do not satisfy the Adobe SWF File Format Specification. A Spanish localization was added. Support for Flex locales was added. Flex files can be now converted to their source format in demo. The Pi-code preview for AS 3.0 was added. Support was added for Adobe Flash CS4 (v10) "vector" generics. The "Recover arguments' names" option functionality was improved (but doesn't apply to AS 3.0 now).
Release Notes: Flash 10 support was added. Partial E4X (ECMAScript for XML) syntax support (addressing attributes via @) was added for AS 3.0. fscommand2 support was added for AS 1.0 and Flash Lite. Nice local variable initialization was added for AS 3.0. Flash'in'App (2.5) was added. An option to mute sound was added. German, Russian, and French localizations were added. Grayscale conversion (SWF version 10) was improved. AS decoder stability was improved for obfuscated files. Compatibility with Mac OS X Snow Leopard was improved. Multiple fixes and improvements were made in the FLA engine.
Release Notes: This release added beta support for Adobe Flex files, different file icons for Adobe Flash and Adobe Flex files, an improved Action Script 3.0 engine, multiple interface improvements, SWF file preview and playback, Action Script preview, the ability to choose resources to extract, and the ability to process several files simultaneously.