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As its name suggests, JPEXS Free Flash Decompiler aims to provide you with a simple method of decompiling Flash SWF files. It can process SWF and GFX videos, allowing the browsing, editing and exporting of the ActionScript code.
Flash developers can take advantage of the features that this application has to offer in order to view the code behind a SWF file and modify it as they consider fit. ActionScript 1, 2 and 3 are supported and the application features functions for exporting all types of resources (scripts, shapes, movies, sounds and images, texts, sprites, buttons, fonts and frames).
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Using a powerful decompilation method with automatic deobfuscation, JPEXS Free Flash Decompiler comes in handy for directly editing of the ActionScript source or modifying the code via the assembler source. As such, you can replace images and change text sections, change button types, customize fonts and so on.
The preview function enables you to visualize the selected element, while parameters can be easily edited within the main window. The search options and navigation tools allow you to quickly find the desired section.
ActionScript code can be exported to P-code or hex format and a P-code deobfuscation tool is also included in the package. Furthermore, the program can be used for renaming invalid identifiers, but this option should be handled with care, since your SWF file can become unplayable.
For your convenience, a shortcut to the program can be optionally added within the context menu of each SWF file in your computer.
Combining ease of use with advanced functionality, JPEXS Free Flash Decompiler Serial can prove to be a useful tool for web designers and Flash developers, regardless of their experience level. It provides a comfortable method of modifying a SWF file, without using an integrated development environment application.