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  1. #1
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    When I convert my Flash file to a *.mov file, it leaves trails in the movie.

    For example, a bunny appears in the middle of the frame. As it hops to the left, it leaves a trail of little ghost bunny forms in the screen. I know they are not hidden layers as their positions change every time I export a new file.


    Help please!!!!

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    Flash has known bugs when exporting to video.

    Your best bet is exporting to SWF and then using a video capture software like CamStudio to capture the video from the screen.

    Good luck!

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    maybe you can try iWisoft SWF to MOV Converter which i'm using, the conversion is quality is good, maybe you can try.


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