SWF files have become the standard when it comes to publishing video games or video clips on the Internet, but the problem with this kind of files is that they are compiled, and due to this it is impossible to modify them with our Flash editor or extract the images or sounds that they include.
Rip the flash elements from any file
Sothink SWF Decompiler is a tool that allows us to decompile any Flash file in SWF or EXE format, allowing us to export it to FLA or FLEX format (that can be edited) or extract elements like images, forms, scripts, texts, buttons or sounds, among other things.
The program works in a very simple way because once we have indicated which file we want to decompile, we will be able to view each element separately, the flash file playing or the code of each script.
Together with Sothink SWF Decompiler, you will find an add-on for Firefox called SWF Catcher, thanks to which we will easily be able to download SWF files from any website with a couple of clicks.