Cyber-D's SWF2JPG 3.01

Cyber-D's SWF2JPG makes it easy to quickly create a series of 'backup images' or 'preview images' of flash banners (swf files). Simply select the folder that contains all swf files and click on "Snap" to create an image of the flash frame and click on "Next" to proceed to the next banner. The progress bar show how far you are from completing all banners. When you are done you will have 'backup images' or 'preview images' of all your swf files.
How does it work?

1. Click on Browse to select a folder containing the swf files.
2. Wait for the right moment and click on "Snap" to create the snapshot. The snapshot is automagically saved in the same folder as the .swf under the same name (except it's a .jpg file). You will also hear a sound to confirm the snapshot.
3. Click on "Next" to advance to the next banner. The progress bar is an indication on what .swf file you are currently at. The status text below the buttons also shows what file you are currently at.

The file is a standalone executable, no need to install it. 
This tool only works properly on your PRIMARY MONITOR due to limitations of the software I used to create this tool (Macromedia Director). If you use this tool on your secondary monitor, you will get jpg files that contain a screenshot of your primary monitor's desktop.
PAD XML file

Cyber-D’s SQL Wizard 2.01


imageCyber-D's SQL wizard makes it easy to generate SQL queries from CSV data. This tool is ideal for people who need to insert large amounts of data into an SQL database. If you always receive Excel documents and need to insert the data into an SQL database, then this tool is ideal. Simply save the Excel document as a Comma Separated Value, import the file, change the variables (see video tutorial on product's website), click parse and save as SQL file. Now you can import the file in your SQL database.


  1. Export the Excel document as a CSV file (where “;” is used as a separator).
  2. Run SQL Wizard and browse for the csv or txt file.
  3. Give the columns in the CSV a unique identifier in the “CSV Column identifiers” field. You can use any name you like, as long as it’s between the [square brackets] and seperated by a semicolon. These variable names represent the columns of the CSV document in the same order.
  4. Modify the “SQL Insert Query” field to match your table name and table field names. Use the CSV Column identifiers you entered as values. 
  5. Click on “Parse” to generate the SQL Queries.
  6. Click on “Save as SQL” to save the SQL query on your desktop.
  7. Open the SQL file for inspection and load into SQL database when satisfied.
This tool can also be used to create any other type of queries if you modify the SQL Insert Query string to your needs.
PAD XML file