CNET Editors' review
If you've ever watched a Flash video and wished that you could save either images or audio from it, Fortop SWF Resources Extractor is the program for you. This intuitive tool makes it easy extract both image and audio files from SWF files, whether you're dealing with a professional presentation or just goofy cat videos.
The program's interface is attractive and intuitive, with graphical buttons representing its major features. Users simply load the SWF file they want to work with, either by navigating to the file or dragging and dropping it into the program's interface, and the program displays each frame of the file along with an image representing the audio file. Simply select the frames and/or audio you want, choose a destination, and Fortop SWF Resources Extractor will allow you to either export the selected files or simply drag and drop them to where you want them. Image files are exported as JPGs or PNGs, while audio files are exported as MP3s or WAVs. Users can also pack the selected files to a Flash EXE file. The program's online Help file is brief but adequate. Overall, we think that Fortop SWF Resources Extractor is a great way to deconstruct SWF files, whether you're using it as a professional tool or just for fun.
Fortop SWF Resources Extractor installs and uninstalls without issues. Users should be aware that the free version of the software leaves a watermark on some of the images that are extracted. We recommend this program to all users.
Editors' note: This is a review of the full version of Fortop SWF Resources Extractor 2.2 Build 100803. The trial version has a watermark will be shown on some images extracted by the software.
From Fortop Digital Software:
Fortop SWF Resources Extractor is an Easy-to-use software which can Extract images and sounds from any Adobe Flash SWF/EXE file which not only exists in local machine but also comes from IE and IE-based browsers cache directory. The software allows to extract image resources to JPEG or PNG formats, and sound resources to MP3 or WAV audio files. Fortop SWF Resources Extractor is very easy to use: Drag a SWF file into the software, and then drag the image or sound resources you want to the Explorer. It can also pack Flash SWF to Flash EXE file or unpack a Flash EXE file to Flash SWF file.
What's new in this version: Version 2.5 added SWF file association fix tools.
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All versions:3.5 stars
out of 2 votes
Current version:2.0 stars
out of 1 votes
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""Pack to Flash" did not work - ruined my Flash files."
Version: SWF Resources Extractor 2.5
Works good for extracting resource files from SWFs, and sifting through the Browser cache. It is very simple and easy to use.
The "Pack to Flash" did not work, and the Flash files I used were corrupted, and no longer usable. Luckily they were only copies of my original files.
A part of the program worked for me (Flash extracting and Browser cache), but the "Pack to Flash" did not.
Also, it's worth noting that I did not try the program on more sophisticated flash (SWF) files, that may include coding and other Resources besides Images and Audio files.
And what about Flash Videos (FLVs)?