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Macromedia Flash audio problem

Posted on 2007-04-07
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I have a an MP3 inside a macromedia flash project.   I need to extract the MP3 so I can edit the sound with another program?  (because macromedia's audio editing capabilities suck!)  I don't have a copy of the sound anywhere but inside this macromedia flash project.  

How can I extract the audo so I can edit it in another program?
Step by Step at the beginner level, please.
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by:FLAASHER
ID: 18870310
http://www.sothink.com/

get flash decompiler from this site then extrect the file and u will get the sound file


FLAASHER
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by:tmonteit
ID: 18870373
I'm talking about the fla file not the swf.  

How do I extract the mp3 from the fla file?
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by:FLAASHER
ID: 18870403
its the same .... u can publish the FLA and get the swf  from it the u can extract the sound from the new fla .....

other solution :
open ur FLA in flash
open library panel
right click the sound in library and chose " edit with " from the menu u will see .... this will enable u to edit the file with another file like adobe aoudtion for example


FLAASHER
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by:FLAASHER
ID: 18870406
sorry for spilling mestakes :)

its the same .... u can publish the FLA and get a SWF  from it ....  then u can extract the sound from the new SWF u got .....

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by:tmonteit
ID: 18870430
Here's an image of my Macromedia screeen.  

How do I get the mp3 file onto my hard drive?

FLAASHER, does your recommendation still stand?
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by:tmonteit
ID: 18870441
FLAASHER, my question is HOW?  Or does the software you recommend make it intuitively easy?
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FLAASHER earned 500 total points
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sorry .... coz u only can edit it with external editor if only u have the sorce on ur hrad :(


the only way u can do now is as i told u be4 :
CTRL + ENTER to publish ur FLA and get a new SWF file
with sothink decompiler eopn ur new SWF then chose extract sources
this way u will get the sound file


FLAASHER
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by:FLAASHER
ID: 18870470
did u tried Sothin SWF decompiler be4 ?
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