Flash Decompiler Trillix is extremely handy to extract objects from SWF or simply to convert a SWF into FLA.
Flash Decompiler Trillix offers both basic and advanced modes. When testing it, we found it converts SWF files fairly quickly. The progress bar lets you know how far you've gone in the operation anyways. The advanced settings for converting include detecting motion tweens, actionscript, symbols, and you can specify what timeline, page or library elements you want to include.
In the extracting feature you can select specifically what sort of object you wish to obtain from the SWF, such as video, images or fonts. Flash Decompiler Trillix can also convert them into FLA or a more native file type, like MP3 for sounds. The extracted files are all a saved in a well organized folder, with sub folders for each object type.
Obviously, there's always a risk of losing a few elements when converting or extracting from SWF to FLA but Flash Decompiler Trillix gets it right the majority of the time and the sleek interface divides both extracting and converting features well.
- Added: Leopard (Mac OS X 10.5) support ActionScripts 2.0 engine improvements Improved: stability and speed of MP3 sounds extraction Fixed: several minor bugs and glitches