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  •  21 Jan 2007 17:12

Release Notes: Support for newer xpdf versions has been added to pdf2swf. The rfxswf library can now also read/write Flash 8 files. New blendmode and filter features are included in swfc.

  •  14 Aug 2004 08:34

Release Notes: There's now a Windows version. Font handling in pdf2swf has been improved. swfc now supports editable text fields and buttons. A Python interface has been added to librfxswf, and several small bugs have been fixed.

  •  06 Feb 2004 12:28

Release Notes: Two new tools: swfc, for generating SWF from simple script files, and swfbbox, for correcting SWF bounding boxes. avi2swf has been rewritten, and supports FlashMX H.263 compression now. font2swf can now also convert TTF files. Support for cap styles and a better spline conversion algorithm have been added to pdf2swf. Most of the tools can now also be compiled for Win32 using MingW.

  •  21 May 2002 17:35

Release Notes: The tools AVI2SWF, WAV2SWF, and PNG2SWF have been added. Several bugs in SWFCombine and SWFExtract have been fixed. SWFDump, SWFStrings, PDF2SWF, SWFExtract, and SWFCombine now support Flash MX.

  •  16 Dec 2001 11:30

Release Notes: Automatic preloader/viewer linking has been included in pdf2swf. Various options for swfcombine have been added. Some MacOS X problems were fixed

  •  03 Dec 2001 16:19

Release Notes: pdf2swf now supports TrueType font formats, a new tool named swfextract was added, and swfdump can now convert and display text fields (like swfstrings) and recognizes more actionscript types.

  •  23 Oct 2001 14:14

Release Notes: New tools jpeg2swf, swfstrings, and swfdump, support in pdf2swf to cope with more complex PDFs, and generation of smaller SWF output files.

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