I think the following idea is working, but I can't figure out how it's done:
what I've got is a SWF-file which contains graphics, scripts and so on. what I can do is decompile this file so I get all those graphics and scripts separated. of course I can edit them now. the thing is that I can't compile them to a new SWF again.
I got a FLA-file now and those AS-files (ActionScript). the FLA-files are sorted in folders after decompilation.
if I got the idea right, you take the FLA-file and give it to your compiler (let's say Adobe Flash CS4) and it does the rest. that's what I did then... getting a too small output SWF then (13MB) when my initial SWF was 20MB. so now I think that it kinda ignores some of the information or just doesn't take it into the SWF. does anybody know more about this? if so, please write me, i'd like to learn how to recompile those files properly (we can use TeamViewer if you wanna want, i've got a decompiler, a hex editor and Adobe Flash CS4)
thank you in advance :)
p.s.: actually i know how to edit things with hex editor after decompiling the SWF, but there are lines which i just can't find (don't know theor representation in hex, so TeamViewer really apreciated)
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