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#1082 Export Frame as avi file
> What steps will reproduce the problem? Using following command to export frame as avi file. ffdec.bat -format frame:avi -export frame D:\output SWF.swf The avi file not open. something error occur. > What is the expected output? What do you see instead? expected output avi file. but avi file not open. > What version of the product are you using? Is it "nightly build"? Which operating system do you have? version : 6.1 > Please provide any additional information below. If the problem is related to a SWF file, attach it here, otherwise we can't help you. Using above command I export frame as avi file. But its not open. I have attached the swf file. What is the issue and how to fix it?. Thank you.
SWF.swf (391 KiB)
I can play it with VLC.
is that play in windows media player?
No, but it is only a codec problem.
Okay thank you honfika. Actually I merge all frames(images) to convert it as Video(avi). But its not same as flash file. Some differnce were happen. There is any option to fix this issue.?
I noticed that the text is missing after frame 77. I already created an issue for this problem: /www.free-decompiler.com/flash/issues/1081-text-is-not-rendered-with-internal-player You can write there the other differences, they will be fixed.
You are great honfika. Thanks a lot. How do I know the issue were fixed or not?
I think there is a checkbox in the bottom of issue #1081. you can subscribe, you will receive email notification. But why don't you just record the screen while playing the swf?:) Of course we appreciate that you report the bugs, please continue reporting them:) The screen recording is just a suggestion when the SWF => video conversion is urgent for you.
Okay I subscribed for that. Is that possible to screen recording via command-line?
I mean with a 3rd party application... probably it is possible, but i don't know why.
*don't know how.
:( Okay. Any brief documentation available for command-line support? other than "/www.free-decompiler.com/flash/features/commandline/"
No, this is the only documentation for command-line functions. With which command do you have problem? Screen recording with FFDec is not possible. Internal viewer's rendering is sometimes different from the Adobe Flash player, we are trying to fix the differences, but it is usually not an easy thing.
Don't have any problem. Just I asked for check Screen recording option. Now I understand. Thanks for your great support and cleared my all doubts.