Flash Decompiler Trillix (formerly known as SWF to FLA Converter) converts Adobe Flash SWF files back into FLA format and SWF files created in Flex back to Flex sources, which can be easily edited in native Flash or Flex environment. Every group of objects such as morphs, shapes, texts, fonts, motions, sounds, ActionScripts, etc. can be placed in separate FLA library groups, which makes using and working with the resulting FLA file much easier.
In addition to SWF to FLA conversion, Flash Decompiler can extract all objects (images, sounds, video, shapes, text, morphs, ActionScripts, etc) used in SWF files to various file formats in just a couple clicks. You can also customize FLA file workspace by enabling/disabling grids, rulers; specifying grid accuracy and so on. Every morph or shape can be placed on different layers to make sure masking layers are working properly.
Now Flash Decompiler supports Adobe Flash Professional CS 6 and conversion of SWF files with a standard Flash preloader (e.g., files with TLF texts).
What's new in Flash Decompiler Trillix
Added: OS X 10.8 support
Added: decompilation of SWF files embedded into a SWF file as binary data (nested SWF files)
Added: basic conversion of SWF files with a standard Flash preloader (e.g. files with TLF texts)
Added: basic decompilation of Adobe AIR applications
Added: decompilation of Flash projects compiled in Flex 4
Greatly improved: Flex 3 support (including states, effects, etc.)
Fixed: application hanging when converting SWF into Flash CS5
Fixed: failure of SWF files preview in Flash Decompiler player
Update: Mac OS X 10.4 is not supported anymore. Minimum requirement is Mac OS X 10.5.