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#2020 Audio does not appear
> What steps will reproduce the problem? Open the .fla file within the editor. > What is the expected output? What do you see instead? Audio should appear in at least one swf, but it doesn't. > What version of the product are you using? Is it "nightly build"? Which operating system do you have? Version 18.4.1 on Macintosh System 13.3 > Please provide any additional information below. If the problem is related to a SWF file, attach it here, otherwise we can't help you. Many other sounds can be heard when importing as raw data into Audacity via A-Law encoding. These are also called via the scripts, but still do not appear in the tree.
Export.fla (2,048 KiB)
This is a very confusing issue report because generally a FLA file is expected to be a Flash authoring project that can be opened in Flash Professional. It looks like your FLA file is some kind of cartridge dump for the Leapster console. FFDec is able to read and extract the SWF files from it, but that doesn't mean FFDec can or should know anything about Leapster specifically. The sounds are not stored in the SWF files, so they are outside of FFDec's purview.
So this is a FLA exported from FFDec or what? Do you have original .SWF file which is the FLA exported from? Just for the specification: FFDec is not a FLA editor. It opens .SWF files and exports .FLA (and others)