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I have a collection of .swf files, each of which is essentially made up of one image, and
I would like to export each of these images into the PNG format. Whenever I try to export,
the resultant file name (i.e. <filename>.png) is the same as the character id of the image
in the .swf file. But this character id is the same for all files, therefore when I export
multiple images each file just overwrites the one previous, and I end up with one .png
file, the image from my last .swf file in the list.
Is there a way to change the export file-naming system, so it doesn't use the name of the
character id? Can I implement some progressive naming system for exported files? (e.g.
image_1.png, image_2.png, image_3.png...)
Here's what I do step by step:
1. Open ffdec.exe
2. Drag and paste all .swf files into program window
3. Shift-select all files in program window
4. Export selection > Uncheck all but "Images" and leave it as "PNG/GIF/JPEG"
5. Choose default directory
I then look in the "images" folder and see one file, the image from the last .swf file in
the original list, named according to the character id.
Please help! Thanks.