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music and content separate

hi,

My query is when i browse net. I come across swf files. I copy those swf files from
cache. What i want is some of these swf files have got good music. I am only interested in
the music and not in the content. how can i break separately the music and content,
so that i can use that music.

any help....!
gidturi
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ZefferCommented:
my comment to an earlier question like this was accepted as an answer.

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you could decompile the swf..
www.buraks.com/asv
export the sound file as a swf..and then import it into a fla
course you're only playing with this at home..yea?
<<

Z :)
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gidturiAuthor Commented:
sorry for late reply. Here at my end i am not able to get
the comment box to type since 3 4 days.

thank for reply . I check the site asv but is does not have a trial version
of its latest. How do i use that software....
i has only a purchase option.
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gidturiAuthor Commented:
sorry for the delay.... errors are coming when submit pressed..
check the site u told.. but it does not have trial version to download.

How do i check that...
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ZefferCommented:
you can't..but it will do everything Buraks claim it does.
if you want a free one there is a decompiler at..
http://www.sothink.com 

have never used it myself though so don't know how good it is..but should be
fine for extracting music.

Z
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gidturiAuthor Commented:
dear zeffer,

thanks for the answering the query. I have another query.
Is their any decoder for projector files, or any exe files...!

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ZefferCommented:
sothink say their decompiler will work on projector files..as for 'any'
exe files..have a read of this..it would appear not.

www.computing.net/programming/wwwboard/forum/8571.html 

of course we know programmers can open exes and remove keys
which are often the first 18-20 bits of code..
but how they do that is beyond me..and there does not seem to be a
decoder as such..for the reasons stated in the computing.net link.

Z



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