is there anyway to rip photos from flash player

#1
For work Im looking to locate photos used in a few flash player presentations from a few websites. is there any way to download photos presented in them? t

thanks for any help youve got
 

MAV

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#4
"print screen" button

usually next to "F12"

then paste it in your paint program
 

ImAlrightSpider

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#7
If the screencap is not good enough resolution, you might want to look into a .swf decompiler. It might be possible to get a better representation of the original image from within the .swf movie. I say this, however, without ever having actually used a .swf deompiler. I have only heard a little about them.
 

d0uche_n0zzle

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#9
Try [Ctrl] + [PrtSc] then open up [Paint] and paste it [Ctrl] + [V]
 

blazin

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#11
nuthin mayby because i dont have paint?
when you hit Print Screen, nothing happens. It just captures the image to the clipboard.

You should have paint, unless youre using a Mac or something older than Windows 95

Start-->Run--->pbrush--->OK
 

Glenn Dandy

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#12
ok, i do have paint its open... but i hit

Originally Posted by d0uche_n0zzle View Post
Try [Ctrl] + [PrtSc] then open up [Paint] and paste it [Ctrl] + [V]
nothin happened.... that last part is just the Capital letter V?


do i need to highlight something first? or does it capture the whole page?


ok, something happened,,, it asked if i wanted bitman enlarger cause the page was too big... i hit yes but only saw a white box.


ok, ok, i figured it out i had to highlight something
thanks.
 

martianvirus

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#13
ok, i do have paint its open... but i hit



nothin happened.... that last part is just the Capital letter V?


do i need to highlight something first? or does it capture the whole page?


ok, something happened,,, it asked if i wanted bitman enlarger cause the page was too big... i hit yes but only saw a white box.


ok, ok, i figured it out i had to highlight something
thanks.
Glenn, don't drink and paste.
 

Glenn Dandy

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#16
my systems too old to have that, I still have win 98. beers not cheap yaknow.
 

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#18
If the screencap is not good enough resolution, you might want to look into a .swf decompiler. It might be possible to get a better representation of the original image from within the .swf movie. I say this, however, without ever having actually used a .swf deompiler. I have only heard a little about them.

Flash Decompliler

http://www.eltima.com/products/flashdecompiler/
http://www.flash-decompiler.com/


98 should have that function. It saves the screen cap for you to use with another image editing program.
 
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