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I have been trying to replace shapes in a number of .swf files with png images using the
following command line input:
ffdec.bat -replace input.swf output.swf %shapeID% image.png
and it will yield the reponse below without actually attempting to make the replacement:
"The specified tag type it[sic] not supported for import"
This type of edit works perfectly from the GUI and it would be quite enabling to do the
same for hundreds of files in the CLI with a script.
Please find the tags dump of the file in question attached - the shapes I intend to
replace all have tagID=2. I have tried v5.3.0 as well as v4.0.3 and they behave the same.
Many thanks in advance