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#1478 Reading header via command line
Author: user jtvjan
Date created:
Type: question
Visibility: Everybody
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Hello. Is it possible to view the header using a command line switch? More specifically, I would like to be able to see the FPS. I can see it in the GUI, but I do not see a way to view it using the command line.
developer
Try this: ffdec.bat -info my.swf it outputs the following: [swf] file=my.swf fileSize=123 version=10 compression=ZLIB gfx=false width=800 height=600 frameCount=1 frameRate=14 backgroundColor=#ffffff [tags] tagCount=23 hasEndTag=true characterCount=9 maxCharacterId=21 [attributes] actionScript3=false hasMetadata=true noCrossDomainCache=false useDirectBlit=false useGPU=false useNetwork=false [as2] scriptsCount=1 [as3] ABCtagCount=0 packsCount=0 documentClass=
user
That worked! Thank you. This issue can be closed.
developer
State: new→closed