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Pixel problems importing from PS?

Posted on 2004-09-22
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Whenever i import something (buttons, pictures, text, etc.) from Photoshop and use them in Flash, it goes all blurry. U can't see them clearly.....I'm working on 800 by 600 in Flash.

Any ideas would be much appreciated.  =)
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Question by:tensaislim
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by:j3one
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What are you saving the photoshop files as?
Might I suggest the .png format or tif...

- j3one
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by:tensaislim
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itz saved as a .png format.
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FLAASHER earned 100 total points
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look man
when u use images in flash u must do folowing to get good results
1- after importing the image dont scale the image to get good results. i mean u must use it with its orignal hieght and width. if u scale it u will get bad results

2-put the iamge in absolute pexils (for exmple in 15 pxl and 140 pxl will be good ) but 15.4 and 140.9 will be bad

3-after importing the image open the library and shoce the image from the library then double click it u will get its properties
make sure that the compresion options is ("photo JPEG") and clear the second check box then make the quiality "100" by defult it will be only "50"

try and tell me :)
waiting u
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by:FLAASHER
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thanks for the points :)
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