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swfdump(1)			   swftools			    swfdump(1)

NAME
       swfdump - Display an SWF	file's content.

Synopsis
       swfdump [-atpdu]	file.swf

DESCRIPTION
       A tool for displaying information about flash files

       swfdump shows ids, names	and depths of objects defined in the SWF file.
       It can furthermore also disassemble Actionscript,  extract  texts,  and
       display placement information about objects.

OPTIONS
       -h, --help
		  Print	short help message and exit

       -D, --full
		  Show everything. Same	as -atp

       -V, --version
		  Print	version	info and exit

       -e, --html
		  Print	out html code for embedding the	file

       -E, --xhtml
		  Print	out xhtml code for embedding the file

       -a, --action
		  Disassemble action tags

       -t, --text
		  Show text fields (like swfstrings).

       -s, --shapes
		  Show shape coordinates/styles

       -F, --fonts
		  Show font information

       -p, --placements
		  Show placement information

       -B, --buttons
		  Show button information

       -b, --bbox
		  Print	tag's bounding boxes

       -X, --width
		  Print	out the	horizontal dimension of	the movie, in a	string
	      of the form "-X width"

       -Y, --height
		  Print	out the	vertical dimension of the movie, in  a	string
	      of the form "-Y height"

       -r, --rate
		  Print	 out  the  frame rate of the movie, in a string	of the
	      form "-r rate".

       -f, --frames
		  Print	out the	number of frames in the	movie, in a string  of
	      the form "-f frames"

       -d, --hex
		  Print	hex output of tag data,	too.

       -u, --used
		  Show referred	IDs for	each Tag.

AUTHOR
       Matthias	Kramm <kramm@quiss.org>

swfdump				 February 2012			    swfdump(1)

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