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Reproducing rolling effect

Posted on 2006-10-25
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How do I create the roll effect in this flash file?:

www.owndesigns.com/kazi/flash/logo4.fla

where the logo is replaced with this image:

www.owndesigns.com/kazi/images/c2.jpg

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try this..
with the fla open save it as a new name (insurance)
the logo size is 90 x 90
make your jpg that size (high quality)
import it into the library
go in to logo movieclip
delete the content on the top 2 layers (3 and 6)
drop an instance of your jpg on frame 1 somewhere
make sure the stop is still there
test.. it should work

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Zeffer,

I need to keep the jpg bigger and still make it roll.
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well just use it at the size you want
the rolling action is on the logo movieclip.. not the image
so whatever you put in the clip will roll

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I used insert -> timeline effects ->transition/transform ->transform

and it worked great.

Thank you,

bob
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