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    Hi,
    I'm trying to convert a SWF file to pretty much any video file I can. This is a normal SWF animation, and doesn't contain embedded video. I figured maybe I could try using Avisynth with a Direct Show Filter (http://www.medialooks.com/products/directshow_filters/flash_source.html) to convert it. Well, I installed the filter, and can get the swf file to play in Windows Media Player (doesn't have native support for swf), however when I create an Avisynth Script, I get a blank-grey video that contains no audio.

    the avs is simply:

    video = DirectShowSource("test_video.swf")
    video.Crop(0,0,384,288)

    Could I be missing perhaps a option or something that would make it display? Or is Avisynth picky with Direct Show Filters?

    Thanks
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  3. you can use swfsource , it's a vfapiplugin

    http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?p=1373418#post1373418

    the audio you can get if demux it from various swf decompilers; can load the audio separately or use audiodub()
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    Originally Posted by poisondeathray View Post
    you can use swfsource , it's a vfapiplugin

    http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?p=1373418#post1373418

    the audio you can get if demux it from various swf decompilers; can load the audio separately or use audiodub()
    Thank you very much! That worked, now I just need the audio, but like you said, that shouldn't be a problem. I could even just record it from the windows audio driver if I wanted to.

    Thanks again
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  5. I use sothink swf decompiler, but it's not free

    I think you could use swf tools (free) - but I haven't tried this

    If you're not editing , you can just copy the audio into your container (just remux it), so there is no quality loss
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    Originally Posted by poisondeathray View Post
    I use sothink swf decompiler, but it's not free

    I think you could use swf tools (free) - but I haven't tried this

    If you're not editing , you can just copy the audio into your container (just remux it), so there is no quality loss
    Yeah, I had just downloaded swf tools, and used swfextract to get the main mp3, and then used AudioDub in the avs script. Worked like a charm

    thanks again
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