Ok - I have a Flash movie and in it I am going to have a bunch of collages created in photoshop of different pictures and artwork. I need these images to be off high quality and not get pixilated when I enlarge the canvas size.
The movie I am making is a presentation that will be put on a projector or perhaps a large screen tv. So I have the movie automatically expand to the size of the monitor when it opens. The problem is that when I view it on a screen larger then the one i created it on the images start to look distorted or jagged. I turned off the compression on the movie and the jpg's - i imported images that were 72dpi, 150dpi, and 300dpi and there was no real difference. Is there a better way to import these or to create them so that the won't lose their quality in the final product?
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This article is primarily concerned with ActionScript 3 and generally specific to AVM2. Most suggestions would apply to ActionScript 2 as well, and I've noted those tips that differ between AS2 and AS3.
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Recently, I was asked to recommend a tracking system to be implemented on a clients website.
As the entire site was built on flash, my first thought was to suggest custom built tracking system. However, our company at that point of time didn't h…
The goal of the tutorial is to teach the user how to use the auto adjust feature and what the different options do.
When your video is not working right you can choose the auto adjust feature to help choose your settings.