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Action Script Viewer 3.0

SWF Decompiler for Adobe Flash 4,5,MX,MX 2004 and 8 SWF files.


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  • Last Updated: Jul 6, 2011
  • License: Shareware $59.95
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98/Me/NT
  • Requirements: Adobe Flash

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Action Script Viewer is a Office Tools software developed by Manitu Group. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Action Script Viewer:

BS Editor: Action Script Viewer (ASV) is a SWF (Flash) Decompiler, a Win32 application which mainly
-lets you see the actionscripts in SWF (Flash Movie) files
-lets you Extract resources (bitmaps, sounds, videos, fonts etc., also outlines of vector symbols as actionscript or SVG or a JSFL Tool) from SWF files
-lets you browse the internals of SWF files while providing infomation about frames, instance names, symbols, movie clips etc. and a timeline view with context sensitive preview
-helps you reconstruct the FLA file for a SWF by exporting SWF resources and a JSFL command.

ASV has many features.You can get a feel of ASV by downloading ASV 3.00 Demo (very dated, still better than nothing). You can read more about what ASV can do for you by downloading the ASV 5 help file. See our Reviews section to learn what industry experts think about ASV.

ASV is a viewer, it does not have editing capability. (Apart from simple editing of movie properties, SWF metadata, adding/modifying the ScriptLimits and FileAttributes Tags and editing certain actionscript constants). ASV is an advanced decompiler, a professional tool for the serious developer.
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