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How to Rip & Then Edit A Website Flash Header?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by PlayTime, Nov 22, 2011.

  1. PlayTime

    PlayTime Junior Member

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    So i visit this site and theres a upper top of the website is a flash presentation of some sort... is there a way of downloading it (ripping) and then editing it a bit to suit my website needs?
     
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    scraper1 Regular Member

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    What you need is a SWF decompiler. To download the flash file, it's simple, you can get it via Download Accelerator.
     
  3. PlayTime

    PlayTime Junior Member

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    hey thanks dude! can you expound on the process a bit? after i download SWF decompiler what then?
     
  4. chris456

    chris456 Regular Member

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    Go to the website page, in firefox I click on red firefox icon and SAVE AS A PAGE , download all website page with images etc. , you will get the folder with images , javascript files + .swf file + index.html out of the folder, download swf decompiler (I reccommend portable because you don't need to play with cracks ) - go to g00gle and type: "swf decompiler portable filesonic" you will find it immediately, open it and open that .swf file , there's an icon to export it in .fla , export it in reccommended format Macromedia 2003 when you export it you can use it with Adobe Flash , edit flash is not very easy for beginners, for example I after some time can substitute almost everything, change fonts, text , colours, sizes, images, but I have never permit myself to touch the flash engine, actions :-( , I forget to say that I think that you can also change it with that decompiler (never tried though..) I prefer Adobe Flash.
     
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