For Adobe Shockwave files you should use the following script:http://aluigi.org/papers/bms/shockwave.bms
In this case it's a compressed files and so you must use offzip.
If you try to open this file with the script it will give you the command-line to use with offzip.
Hey, Aluigi. I know this is an old thread, but I have a question about this. I have a bunch of .dcr files (all with XFIR headers) from one big presentation, all of which I dumped with offzip (as recommended by shockwave.bms when I first tried it and it didn't work).
The problem is the directories I dump the files to, respectively, are noticeably smaller than the .dcr files themselves. I end up with a bunch of .dat files in each directory, all of which I can read plain-text data from within via a hex editor; however, I know there are at least .png resources in each of these that aren't being extracted (unless they're all in a hundred parts between all the small .dat files).
Is there something else I can do to properly extract the image resources from these .dcr files since the script doesn't seem to work for them compressed? Thanks for any advice you can offer!EDIT
: I can send you one of the .dcr files if that would help, but I'll need to do so via PM or email if possible.