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  1. #1
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    Hi,

    Im trying to write a flash slide show and I'm encountering some problems with frame rate. On each picture rather than it being still I'm slowly moving it across the stage to give the impression of a camera panning. This works without a problem but when i try to animate the image enlarging to give the impression of a camera zoom I find that the image appears pixelated on vertical edges. the same thing happens if I try to rotae the image in an animation also.

    I have tried minimising the the amount of movement in the animation and maxing the framerate but it still could be smoother.

    Does anyone have any tips or know any good tutorials that might be able to help with the issue?

    Many thanks

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  3. #2
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    You may want to try allowing smoothing on the images. Go to the library, select the image>properties>check allow smoothing

  4. #3
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    Hi

    I think the images should be smoothing.

  5. #4
    Member JasonMc's Avatar
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    If you use bitmap images (especially large) you will get some slow down. Vector graphics are the way to go in flash, you can resize them and pan and zoom with little impact on framerate.


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