Sothink SWF Decompiler
Sothink SWF Decompiler
7.4

1.0

Sothink SWF Decompiler free download for Mac

Sothink SWF Decompiler

7.4
11 June 2013

Convert SWF to FLA and extract elements.

Overview

Sothink SWF Decompiler is a comprehensive solution for Flash fans to use as: Mac SWF to FLA converter, Mac SWF to FLEX converter and Mac SWF elements extractor.

You can easily convert SWF to FLA or FLEX project, and extract Flash resources in batch mode. Almost all SWF elements can be extracted, such as shapes, images, sounds (mp3 or wav), videos (flv), frames, fonts, texts, buttons, sprites, ActionScript, etc. The detailed properties of each SWF element can be viewed.

This Flash Decompiler Mac supports Flash 6/7(MX 2004)/ 8/9(CS3)/10(CS4) and ActionScript 2.0/3.0. It also supports Flash components. When decompiling ActionScript 2.0/3.0, the readable code will be displayed in the ActionScript window with syntax highlighting.

To satisfy different users' requirements, the SWF Decompiler Mac offers multi-language interfaces, including English, German and French. You can also smoothly play FLV/F4V in the preview window.

Main Features:

  • Industry-leading Mac Flash Decompiler
  • Convert SWF to FLA
  • Convert SWF to FLEX project
  • Extract SWF elements
  • Multi-language interfaces: English, German and French
  • Full Compatibility
  • Support Flash 6/7(MX 2004)/ 8/9(CS3)/10(CS4)
  • Support ActionScript 2.0/3.0
  • Support Flash components
  • Powerful Flash Decompile Capability
  • Decompile SWF on Mac in batch mode
  • Navigate and browse resources in preview window before SWF decompile
  • Decompile ActionScript 2.0/3.0 and display the readable code in ActionScript window with syntax highlighting.

What's new in Sothink SWF Decompiler

Version 7.4:

New features:

  • Support decompiling the SWF containing TLF text.
  • Support exporting FLA as Flash CS6 format.

7 Sothink SWF Decompiler Reviews

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Adonsa
29 April 2009

Most helpful

What does the acronym FLA stand for? Why not define it, at least once, in your description of the software? S.W.F. is probably Shock Wave Flash, and why not reveal the long definition at least once? OK, it converts files from the S.W.F. format to the F.L.A. format; WHY is it desirable to do that? I've been macking for a long time, and still don't know all the acronyms; developers, why not indicate the long definition of the acronyms at least once in your descriptions? Too hard to do?
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Version 4.5
Justanthrguyhere
18 June 2009
Downloaded it...useless. Creates an FLA file nothing could open or use.
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Version 5.0
Macupmd
19 May 2009
I've tried to make it work on my 2.6 C2D 10.5.7 but it won't. The developer's suggestion was to download the latest version from their link but it made no difference. Firefox rejects the swfcatcher.xpi : "Sothink SWF Catcher" will not be installed because it does not provide secure updates" I've tried the fix suggested on the Sothink site but to no avail. I can't be the only person having this problem. Sothink need to rethink and produce something that installs effortlessly and works on a mac. If I wanted this kind of hassle I'd be using a PC.
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Version 4.5
Josh2000
04 May 2009
Useless. Decompiles SWFs into FLAs with nameless movieclips, and external .as files. The .as files can't find the movieclips so you wind up with a list of cryptic errors in your output panel. For example, working with a SWF I have complete knowledge of, the app decompiled into 4 Graphic symbols it named "shape"1,2,3,etc and 4 movieclips it named "sprite" 1,2,3,etc. It also revealed a folder with 2 .as files. The actual FLA contained 13 movie clips, 2 bitmaps and no external .as. Very disappointing.
Like (1)
Version 4.5
Ploinkr
29 April 2009
Just tried the demo and it's painfully slow to launch. And once it does, it just hangs...
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Version 4.5
Adonsa
29 April 2009
What does the acronym FLA stand for? Why not define it, at least once, in your description of the software? S.W.F. is probably Shock Wave Flash, and why not reveal the long definition at least once? OK, it converts files from the S.W.F. format to the F.L.A. format; WHY is it desirable to do that? I've been macking for a long time, and still don't know all the acronyms; developers, why not indicate the long definition of the acronyms at least once in your descriptions? Too hard to do?
Like (5)
Version 4.5
1 answer(s)
Mac4drew
Mac4drew
04 March 2010
Are you kidding, dude? In the time it took you to write that long-winded rant, you could have just done a search for FLA on Google. It's the original project file. Like the source code and stuff. If you can't figure it out from there, I doubt anyone can help you. Anyway, if you don't know what an FLA file or an SWF file is, what are you doing looking at this program anyway?
Like (3)
Version 5.3
Madmacmad
17 March 2009
This is the best SWF Decompiler !!!! I bought them all & this one does the Job perfect. Now it's up to date with the Windows Version.... + a must have for every SWF Artist !!!
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Version 4.5
Veryvito
21 August 2008
SoThink SWFDecompiler stands head and shoulders above other SWF decompilers available on OS X -- providing great conversion for even the latest SWF files. That said, the Mac version is fairly young (first released this summer), and feels much less solid than the app you may remember from your PC days. Some things just seem to take a lOOOooong time -- but then again, eventually, they DO work. The conversion engine is solid, but the interface itself feels like a ported program. Regardless, it's a must-have when you need to see what's going on under the hood of a piece for which you no longer have source.
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Version 4.3
$79.99

1.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later
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