Sothink SWF Decompiler Review

Sothink SWF Decompiler

Submitted by TheMetalScar on Fri, 2009-11-06 22:52.
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The lowest price: 71.99$
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30 Day Trial * to FLA & FLEX User-friendly GUI Microsoft Windows 7 Compatibility Flash 7 Compatibility Supports ActionScript 2.0
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SWF Decompiler is a professional Flash decompiler. It can easily decompile SWF to FLA and FLEX projects. Not only supports AS3, this Flash decompiler also supports Flash 6/MX 2004/8/CS3/CS4 and FLEX. It extracts almost all Flash elements including shape, morph shapes, images, sounds, videos, frames, fonts, texts, buttons, sprites and ActionScript. SWF Decompiler is fully compatible with Windows 7, multilingual and user-friendly.

A key factor in an SWF Decompiler is the compatibility with decompiling the ActionScript, to see where your details are going if there is input in the flashes - SWF Decompiler works very well with this, and with the free 30 day trial that is enough time to judge whether or not it is your cup of tea.

Examining what things are made of is human’s eternal passion. Examining what computer things are made of is even more attractive. Examining what Flash movies and games are made of can be useful and even necessary (while remaining so attractive!) Sothink SWF Decompiler fulfils this passion completely.

Sothink SWF Decompiler can help you to examine any SWF file in details and convert it back to FLA («not compiled» Flash sources that you can further change). The software easily handles not only SWFs, but Flash Projector files compiled to self-containing EXEs.

So, what can be examined and extracted? Really Everything! Video can become FLV, audio is converted to MP3 or WAVs, pictures — to any image formats, ActionScript — to text sources or binaries, and so on, every element, without exclusions. You can know in details, how something has been created or you can reuse some pretty elements, such as pictures, shapes or sprites.

As for the user interface, Sothink SWF Decompiler looks like a complete modern explorer-like software, having all parts on the right place; here are files browsing, object tree with full preview of every object, Properties Inspector, and even full syntax highlighting for ActionScript! Just Excellent Work.


Overall worth the money if you will use it often, a low cost solution would be appropriate for the average computer user.