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How can I reduce the CPU load of my Flash movie?
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Hi
This is a big topic , well, here are some tips

- Less animation at the same time (number of objects moving) (if u have to, then better to use Flash 8 Feature "Cache as bitmap"
- Transparency and masks are heavy CPU load
- Action script like (onClipEvent(enterFrame)) are heavy too
- no. of lines of the objects on screen affects the CPU speed
- Straight lines are better than Circles and Curves
- Music and video are additional load so if you could avoid them it would be better
- Shape Tween are heavy too

Regards,
Ramy
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Ah.. and frame rate of course

herer is a link about flash 8 and CPU load
http://www.kaourantin.net/2005/08/performance-traps-in-flash-player-8.html
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