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Sothink SWF Decompiler

Convert SWF to FLA source file. Export SWF objects including sound, video, shape, movie clip and ActionScript. Works with ActionScript 3.0 and Flash CS5; supports Flash from 6.0 to CS5 and Flex project. Both Windows and Mac version are available.
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How to Decompile Flash 8 SWF?

Sothink SWF Decompiler is a powerful Flash 8 Decompiler that can recover SWF to FLA file which can be opened and edited in Flash 8, and you can find out almost everything in a Flash 8 movie, such as images, sounds, videos, ActionScript, etc. It also supports Flash 9/ Flash 10 and ActionScript 3.


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How to Decompile SWF with Flash 8 Decompiler?

Step 1: Open target SWF in the Flash 8 Decompiler

Launch Sothink SWF Decompiler and navigate to select the SWF file in the left "Explorer" panel.

Flash 8 decompiler - interface


Step 2: Check the decompiled Flash 8 SWF elements

Now check the right "Export" panel and expand the SWF, and you will see all the SWF elements are listed here by category.

Flash 8 decompiler - preview SWF elements


Step 3: Export Flash 8 resources

Check the SWF resources you want to export from the "Export" panel, and then click the "Export Resources " button. Now you will see the following popup window:

Flash 8 decompiler - export resources


Set export path and choose export file format, and then click "OK" to start exporting the SWF resources.

When the desired SWF resources have been exported successfully, you will see the following prompt.

Flash 8 decompiler - prompt


You can directly click the "Open the folder" button or go to the export folder you specified to find the extracted swf resources.


Step 4: Export FLA/FLEX

Click the "Export FLA/FLEX" button from the "Export" panel, and then you will see the following popup box.

Flash 8 decompiler - export FLA/FLEX


Depending on your original SWF, you can export the SWF to FLA or FLEX.

Set a path to save the exported FLA or FLEX, and then click "OK" to finish the exporting process.