I also could use help ripping the audio from the SWF file. I can import the SWF to adobe, but the audio vanishes. Soundbooth can rip audio from flv files, other can rip from the fla files, but none of the Adobe seems to work with the native SWF files it uses, which seems really stupid. The inro titles and several effects are lost and ruined in the import, so now I will cut and past the old swf file with the one I am importing to finish the last lip syncs, but the missing audio still needs to be added, and it kind of sucks knowing I have lost several symbols I created in that project.
Well I was on the phone for two hours or so, disconnected two or three times, connected to the
live desktop twice, and they were not able to tell me any way to pull audio from an swf, or fix the
old file. I was told that in theory you can alter teh .fla extensio to .zip,
then unzip the file and you can acess the inner floders of a .fla file...but it did not work for me. So had to redo tons of work, would still love to find a fix for if this happens again. Oh when they were making me enter the url for the cs live desktop thing the lady said I asn in India...then said Y as in yankee, and I just cracked up inside because I knew she was in India, and then I also knew about the training they get to make it seem like they are american, and yankee is a word they are told to use. Poor girl, she sounded nice...too bad flash isn't.
I've had this problem before, if the preview .swf gets corrupted, you can no longer publish your movie, and sometimes the .fla gets corrupted too. If I remember correctly, there was a problem of writing rights on the published file, and rebooting (and/or killing the process in the task manager) solved this problem. But since then I make very frequent backups of my .fla, especially for large outputs.