Any Good Software To Join Multiple .swf Into One File?

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  1. DasFox

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    I took out of the IE temporay files 11 .swf files that are from a video I found online I was watching.

    Instead of one .swf file being loaded into the temp files like I thought it would be in ended up being 11 seperate .swf files and I'd like to know if anyone knows of any programs to join them into one file?

    Also if there is something really good to then convert it into a .avi?

    I've tried quite a few programs but they all turned out to be junk, plus I want something that isn't going to end up making a really massvie sized avi when it's done converting.

    THANKS
     
  2. paulescobar

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    SWF is only a container.
    Think of it like an exe.
    It houses everything from images, to the player, & the actual video.

    So you need to extract the video first.
    Use a software like "Sothink SWF Decompiler".
    It will show you what's inside the SWF.

    Since you want the videos...
    Look for the FLV file (Flash Video).
    Extract that.

    Then you can search google for tutorials on merging FLV video.
    I think it's pretty easy to do in the free "VirtualDubMod" software.
     
  3. DasFox

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    I only see that Sothink SWF Decompiler exports to .fla?
     
  4. paulescobar

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    I think you misread their site.

    Here's the quote:
    So it does convert the SWF into FLA internally.
    Then it presents you with a tree.
    That tree breaks down what's inside the SWF/FLA.

    Pick the video, & extract it.
     
  5. DasFox

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    Well all I'm getting out of this is that I'm going to extract them to .fla.

    Then what is there for me to convert them from .fla?
     
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    You need to change it's program settings because i been using it for years to yank images, sound tracks, videos, etc. and it saves your choices to a new folder on the desktop. Look around and change it to save as .swf for frames etc. or images etc., whatever, it disassembles everything in a swf file.

    I'm sure it hasn't changed to only save fla's.

    EASTER
     
  7. paulescobar

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    Sorry, I'm confused.
    Do you have the program installed?
    Or are we talking about the quote on their official website?


    If you do have it installed...
    I don't have it installed right now, but I did use it regularly a few years ago.
    At that time, you would get a tree-display of the internal contents.
    Then you highlighted the FLV & used a command/button to extract it.

    EDIT:
    I have to sleep now. I will check into this topic tomorrow if further help is needed.
     
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