|Sep 19, 2009, 09:36 PM||#1|
Convert swf to PDF/Image
I have a whole bunch of swf files, they all contain basically what is a printed page. I would like to convert them into a PDF/Image. I have tried everything, flash decompilers result in a whole bunch of text/image files all broken up into bits of the page, with no formatting. When I view the swf files with a swf viewer, say iSwiff, the page flashes up for a brief second, then goes away. Tried multiple viewers, including firefox. If I do a screen recording then I can see the page, but only for one video frame. I have tried swf to image/video converters, they only say the file has 1 frame, and that frame has nothing on it. How can I convert these swf files to ANY other format than this? This is probably an odd question, but I would really appreciate the help!
|Sep 20, 2009, 10:44 AM||#2|
How about just opening them and taking a screenshot (CMD + Shift + 3) and just cropping out what you dont need?
Besides that I think you're out of luck.
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|Jan 8, 2010, 08:20 AM||#3|
Like rob356 I have just been looking for the answer to this question.
So far I have managed to open them in "Flash Player" and print to pdf that way, although itís a bit longwinded as the apple key-P shortcut doesnít seem to work.
I also found it helpful to select the file in the finder and use the 'Get info' button to change the 'Open with' default to Flash Player.
What would be really nice was if there was a way of batch processing the files.
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