those would all be things you would add to your swf (in flash) for testing.
Its for QA and not for developer.
I created my own solution which I will post to the thread.
Thanks for the interest.
The need was solved by writing my own AIR app to read the SWF file header.
You can drag a swf file and see the header data. As well you can load a swf from the web.
Testing in itself cannot ensure the quality of software. All testing can do is give you a certain level of assurance (confidence) in the software. On its own, the only thing that testing proves is that under specific controlled conditions, the software functioned as expected by the test cases executed.
In this case the testing criteria are the items in the header of swf such as size and frame rate. Ad distribution networks often have requirements for these and QA needed a quick way to verify ads meet the targets which should be in the swf header.