SWFKit is one of the leading SWF to EXE tools. SWFKit can build professional Windows desktop applications, screen savers from SWF
movies created by Flash Authoring tools such as Macromedia Flash, Flex, Swish Max, etc. It can also create installers.
SWFKit is one of the leading SWF to EXE tools. SWFKit can build professional Windows desktop applications, screen savers from SWF movies created by Flash Authoring tools such as Macromedia Flash, Flex, Swish Max, etc. It can also create installers. SWFKit is fully compatible with Flash 3, 4, 5, MX, MX 2004,8,CS3,CS4.
The main features of SWFKit:
Building a single standalone executable file by packing many directories and resource files.
Protecting your resource files such as SWF movies, images, MP3 sounds, FLV movies, XML files, etc, by encrypting them with high strength encryption algorithm.
Customizing your application: setting the icon of the executable file, changing caption, showing it in system tray, creating windowless projectors, protecting the applications, etc
A set of objects to extend the power of Flash, which can be called directly and synchronously in actionscript 2 or 3. And in the Flash 8, you can preview or build SWFKit projects directly.
Accessing disk files, including creating, deleting or moving directories or files, and reading or writing files.
Launching external applications, and launching or printing external documents
Opening system dialog boxes, such as the file open, file save and the browse for folder dialog boxes
Accessing databases such as MS Access, MS SQL Server, MySQL, Oracle, Firebird, Dbase, etc.
Adding and programming the tray icons.
Downloading and uploading files, including downloading HTTP, HTTPS or FTP files, and uploading FTP files
Sending and receiving emails, and adding attachments into the emails.
Creating multiple forms
Changing screen resolutions
Reusing the web browser control
Playing AVI, RM, MOV, WMV, etc movies
Opening PDF files
Calling Active scripting languages, such as Jscript, VBScript, PerlScript, PythonScript
Supporting automatic upgrade
Calling ActiveX components and embedding ActiveX controls
Calling third party dynamic-linked libraries