Flash Decompiler Trillix Mac

SWF Decompiler & SWF Extractor.
Supports Flash CS6, CC, Flex and AS 3

SWF Decompiler Trillix Mac (former SWF to FLA Converter) converts Adobe Flash SWF files back into FLA format and SWF files created in Flex back to Flex sources, which can be easily edited in native Flash or Flex environment.

Restore FLA or Flex project from SWF

Flash Decompiler can convert SWF to FLA and SWF files created in Flex environment back to their source code. Every group of objects such as morphs, shapes, texts, fonts, sounds, scripts, etc., are placed in separate FLA library groups with appropriate names, which makes using and working with the resulting FLA file much easier.

Extract SWF Elements

Flash Decompiler can extract any object (images, sounds, videos, shapes, text, morphs, scripts, etc.) used in SWF files into various file formats just in several clicks. New interface provides you with easy navigation and preview options for SWF files and their elements.

With SWF Decompiler for Mac you can:

Restore your original FLA file or Flex project from SWF (depending on initial source)

No matter how sadly it is to say, but nobody is protected from human errors and hardware faults. In case you have lost your original FLA files or Flex project you may easily restore them from available SWF files using Eltima's SWF to FLA Converter (Flash Decompiler Trillix now), thereby saving you time and efforts to develop or modify your Flash movies.

Make changes to SWF file

Once your artwork is converted to SWF file it cannot be edited in Adobe Flash (the same as with executable files). To be able to make changes to SWF you must have its original source code. Eltima's SWF Decompiler Trillix for Mac OS allows you to extract all resources from SWF and save them in FLA file or Flex source file which are editable. Now, you can easily change Flash objects (modify text or hyperlink, replace sound/image, etc.) and publish them back to SWF.

Improve skills by learning from others

Rather than trying to reinvent dazzling animation effects you may find on the net, you can simply peek in the SWF source code (FLA) to find out how exactly those effects were created and achieve greater results you can't even think of.
What customers say
  • Your software and ability to recover a working FLA file from its SWF allows me to offer more services to my customers. I’m very satisfied with functionality of Flash Decompiler; it reliably fulfills all my needs – it is way simple, effective and time-saving.
    Milan Lebeda, Web animation industry