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I have an executable file that was converted from .swf. It may have been converted with Macromedia Projector.

How do I re-convert it back into a .swf file?

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Doesn't the .exe have some command line options itself? (I guess such .exes are only created for portability, not to protect the SWF. If so, then maybe it can convert itself back to SWF then?) –  Arjan Sep 30 '09 at 10:12

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You can use Northcode's EXE to SWF converter.

No installer is required, exe2swf is completely standalone and was designed to run on all current versions of the Windows desktop operating systems and works with all versions of Flash from 4 right up to Flash CS4 (10).

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Successfully created. But corrupted. Converted SWF file don't work –  ebattulga Sep 30 '09 at 9:09
    
Try - blogote.com/exe2swf_blogote.exe Any idea which software was used to create the executable ? –  Sathya Sep 30 '09 at 9:12
    
This application same as previous. My executable icon is here i662.photobucket.com/albums/uu346/ebattulga/swf.jpg When i looking version information, product name : Director MX 2004 Orginal file name: Projector.exe –  ebattulga Sep 30 '09 at 9:21
    
flash2me.com/flashconvert - Another alternative. –  Sathya Sep 30 '09 at 9:23

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