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Hello

Could someone tell me what the basic keyframe | Tweening & Alpha Settings are for this slideshow please. (Slideshow on the right side)

http://www.thephotographyinstitute.co.uk/index.cfm?content=home

I just want to know the settings to achieve the smooth transitions. I am going to work now so I will reply when I return......my apologies.

Kevin
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Unless you decompile it, you can only tell those settings from the authoring tool and with the original .fla file. From this point of view it would only be a guess as to what the settings are.

From my experience, it looks like framerate is about 25 - 30 frames per second, the tween lasts about half a second (or 15 frames) and the alpha settings go from 0 to 100.
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Thanks

Are there any tools out there that can decomplie the file for me?
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Just search Google for "flash decompiler" and you'll find a whole bunch of them. Some are better than others and some cost more than others, but I don't use any of them so I don't have any recommendations for you.

Maybe someone who uses one can shed some light on a good one.

Unless you want to  play around with a decomiler and learn what they are all about,  you really don't need a compiler to for this particular question. Just play around with your settings until you find something that looks and feels right to you. A good rule of thumb is that, since TV runs at 29 frames per second and film at 24, setting your flash frame rate to 30 is a good bet that is will run smoothly. Play with different types of transitions to see how they look and you'll eventually come up with something you like. Experiment. It is the best way to learn.

Good luck.

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Great Help
Thanks .....Kev
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