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#1Mon Dec 08, 2003 6:15 pm   exporting from flash mx
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Wish the awesome thing couldnt do so much then i wouldnt care and i could move on but nooooo had to make something cool and make me want it now didnt they.

Ok i am in flash mx, i want to export my movie (100x98 pixels), i go i clikc file, i click export, then name it export it as a swf file, all as u usually do. However for some reason it exports out and its bad quality, looks as if its after being blured, no my screens not smudged b4 u ask.
OK now i created the original image in paint shop pro, myself, exported it as png image everything as high as it could go to make sure i couldnt lose any quality, opened up mx, added my text, my effects to it, everything looks great, then i try and export it and its crap quality lol.

On another note, i need to export it as something other than a swf file, but when i export it as animated gif, i get like 50 files (not exagerating) on my desktop, each frame is exported as 1 image. Ive done everything mentioned above before and had no problems what am i after doing wrong now ?



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The only thing I can think of to try, is to export from PSP as a jpg, you have some control of jpg quality on export in Flash. If that doesn't work I'll think some more. icon_confused.gif

As far as the export goes, is the movie 50 frames long?




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#3Tue Dec 09, 2003 11:46 am   
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lol its 71 files and yep its 71 frames its saving each frame individually which is kinda annoying, ill try the jpg thing now brb



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ok i got it, well actually i completly redid it again caus ei got a different idea but the jpeg worked, however on my background of the imag i have a gray background, and my movie in the middle, when exporting in swf format its great, but animated gif it takes the background aswell, there isnt a layer where the background is that i can take it out, and i dont rememebr putting it in, but i am creating off a template i did a while back for a diff movie, how can i get rid o it, or else crop out my movie or something, i can send u the fla file if u want or the swf. or gif or whatever he he



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Try setting the background to transparent before you export it, it's in the publish settings. If that fails, email me the .fla at [ Register or login to view links on this board. ]




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Oh my god im such a noob lmao i just resized the background then moved everything into that and it worked duh lol, exporting it as a animated gif makes it loose ALOT of quality though ne fix for that



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#7Mon Feb 14, 2005 4:37 am   re: exporting from flash mx
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By the way I know a very nice program called "Flash To Video Encoder 2.0". By the help of it you can convert any flash files to avi, gif, mp4 & other formats. Also you are able to convert Flash SWF files to MP4 media content for your mobile devices. To be short I liked this program.
You can download it here: [ Register or login to view links on this board. ]
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CoolJim, please stop posting, you just have to post in one topic and then link to it if you feel you have too....

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