A Flash player process can simultaneously play multiple SWFs, either because you are in a browser that has more than one SWF playing (on the same web page, or in different browser windows), or because you are using worker threads. When you look at the Scout session for one of the SWFs, the "Total Memory" number tells how memory the Flash Player process is using, and the "Other Players" category tells how much memory is being used by SWFs other than the one you're currently looking at.
Our highest priority right now is to improve the reporting of memory usage. Watch for some cool new memory features in future release(s).
Is there any way to determine what the specific swfs are from within a session? I have a list of the swfs currently running obviously but no information about what process they're part of.
In the "Player" section of the "Session Info" panel, the "Runtime Process Started" field tells you the start time of the Flash Player process that is handling the current session. If there are multiple sessions running in that same process, they will all have the same Runtime Process Started timestamp. This is how you can tell whether two sessions were part of the same process.
Is there more information that you need?
That's sufficient, thanks.