FlashDigger can explore SWF files and extract a graphic and sound data from them. Extract graphics from SWF with preview. Graphics can be saved in JPEG, PNG (transparency enabled) and BMP format.
Extract sound from SWF and save it in WAV and MP3 format (i.e. in the same format as they are stored inside SWF file).
Update or remove any graphics (images), text, sounds and scripts used in the movie.
Import and export graphics, shapes, buttons and scripts and place them into the same or another SWF movie.
Update a hyperlink, associated with a button object.
Assign a hyperlink to your clip or to any of its scene part (i.e. create a transparent buttons).
Create SWF file listing. Listing includes all SWF tags, including sprites and ActionScript© commands, defined in the movie.
Create a new graphic (bitmap image) object and place it into the movie.
Convert SWF to EXE format. Resulting EXE file can be launched on any computer even without Macromedia Flash ActiveX installed. Advanced features like fullscreen playback and EXE file customization are included.
ActionScript Obfuscator embedded tool lets you make scripts to be hardly readable after decompilation. It is very useful to make hacker's life to be much harder. This tool also lets you easily find all function and variable names, text constants and clip names, used in all scripts within your SWF movie.
Create a new text object (a line or a block of text) and place it into the movie.
You can search for TrueType fonts, used in the movie and missing on your computer, using our online database, containing links to more than 8,000 TrueType (TTF) fonts around the world. You can download TTF font of your choice by just one mouse click. Web browser and hours of web surfing are not required here.
ActionScript Protector embedded tool lets you protect scripts from decompilation using existing famous SWF decompilers. It is just a one-way processor, so even FlashDigger can't help you "unprotect" a protected script. This feature is really useful for commercial Flash projects.