|>>||???? ???? 8sep2018(sa)19:41 No.62351 OP |P1
|My swf file can't be uploaded|
I tried uploading a swf to /fap/, but it couldn't.
|>>||w7 890 9sep2018(su)08:20 No.62354 A |P2R1
dude m8 use openload.co
|>>||???? ???? 9sep2018(su)11:13 No.62355 OP |P3R2
|>>||???? ???? 9sep2018(su)11:20 No.62357 OP |P4
|I should've stated this earlier, but the screen i got said the file is not a valid SWF file.|
Here's a screenshot: https://ibb.co/hm3cPp
|>>||Anonymous 9sep2018(su)12:47 No.62358 B |P5R3
|if it's below 10 mb, have you tried uploading it to /f/?|
|>>||Anonymous 9sep2018(su)20:03 No.62364 C |P6R4
I had 2 of those files too in the past,
as it says, it's because it's a weirdly compressed and/or formatted swf.
Normally /f/ also doesn't recognize it and tells you it's not a swf file.
I wonder if swfchan detects the hotlinked swf file and also archives it, because it does that sometimes. That would be the only way to archive those files.
If not, then don't bother uploading to some host. It'll be gone before you know it, there is no point.
|>>||???? ???? 10sep2018(mo)03:10 No.62370 OP |P7R5
|>>||Anonymous 11sep2018(tu)00:11 No.62398 B |P8R6
If /f/ also doesn't recognize it it probably means the flash is LZMA compressed. Decompress the flash and it will upload to both swfchan and /f/ just fine. If it is very large in decompressed state just recompress it using legacy DEFLATE.
You can check if it is indeed a LZMA flash by opening the swf file in Notepad. Make sure the encoding is ANSI and not Unicode (notepad may flip over to Unicode when you select the swf file so you need to change it back). The first three characters are interesting: "FWS" = Uncompressed. "CWS" = DEFLATE compressed. "ZWS" = LZMA compressed.
I've not tested below myself but JPEXS Free Flash Decompiler should be able to decompress a swf file:
java -jar ffdec.jar -decompress myfile.swf myfiledec.swf
|>>||Anonymous 11sep2018(tu)00:45 No.62399 B |P9
Complete guide, just tested it myself and confirmed the output files so it works:
A) If you don't have Java, go to: https://www.java.com/en/download/
B) Install it and reboot just in case it's needed.
1) Go to: https://github.com/jindrapetrik/jpexs-decompiler/ releases
3) Download "ffdec_11.2.0.zip" (version number may have changed).
4) Make a folder named "jpexs", extract the zip in it.
5) Move your flash.swf into "jpexs" (the same folder as ffdec.jar).
6) Press WinKey+R (open "Run" dialog box), type cmd and hit enter.
7) Type (with full path to your folder): cd "c:\jpexs"
8) Type: java -jar ffdec.jar -decompress "flash.swf" myfiledec.swf
9) Type: java -jar ffdec.jar -compress zlib myfiledec.swf done.swf
Now you will have three files:
+ flash.swf - Your original.
+ myfiledec.swf - The decompressed version.
+ done.swf - The recompressed DEFLATE version.
Try uploading done.swf first, just don't forget to rename it back to the original file name!
Note: Even if your original flash is not compressed using LZMA this is worth testing because the swf file is reconstructed so any errors within may disappear.
|>>||Anonymous 13sep2018(th)00:02 No.62457 OP |P10R7
Yup. I already have Java.
But, Jpex? I could never get used to the ui.
Thanks for the information I'll check back if it works.
|>>||???? ???? 14sep2018(fr)01:19 No.62485 OP |P11
It worked. Thanks for the help! :D
|>>||Anonymous 14sep2018(fr)16:39 No.62496 B |P12R8