ActionScript Viewer Mac

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ActionScript Decompiler Mac
Flash Decompiler Trillix for Mac offers you:
  • The conversion of SWF to FLA or Flex project files. The source files you get can then be edited in their native Flash or Flex environment
  • ActionScript code extraction. You also have the possibility to view and search through the scripts of the SWF file
  • Full support of ActionScript 1.0, 2.0 and 3.0. Flash Decompiler Trillix is compatible with all Flash versions (including Flash CS6 and Flash CC)
extract ActionScript Mac

ActionScript and other SWF elements extraction

or how to extract Actionscript on Mac

With Flash Decompiler Trillix for Mac you can extract ActionScript as well as other SWF elements like images, sounds, texts, etc. to various formats and save them to the hard drive. ActionScript can be saved as .as, or .txt (P-code or hex dump)

ActionScript decompiler

or how to decompile ActionScript

Flash Decompiler Trillix for Mac makes viewing and searching through ActionScript in a SWF file very convenient and easy thing to do. Scripts show up as a tree structure in SWF file resources list.

SWF to FLA (or Flex project files) conversion

or how to parse ActionScript code

When SWF file is compiled one cannot edit scripts inside it. Thus in order to make changes to scripts it is needed to convert SWF file to its source format (FLA or Flex files). After converting SWF file to its sources with the help of Flash Decompiler Trillix for Mac you will be able to edit it in Adobe Flash or Flex environment.

I no longer worry about my FLA master getting lost. I can always decompile a SWF. The value in this product is amazing! It its one of those applications that stays with you on many different jobs I use it a lot.

Mark Rydqusit

Flex Decompiler designed to help users decompile Flex and convert SWF elements into multiple formats. It's also handy for web programmers, web designers or even end users who deal with lots of Flash files.

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