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    I have create a flash banner with jpeg image .after publish swf format the picture is looking perfect But when i export(*pic 1) it into gif format the picture is not good(*pic2) .it is not clear image.if i publish it gif then the picture look(*pic3) the setting of this gif(*pic4) . what is the problem ? i am using adobe flash cs4 . please help me .




    *pic1


    *pic2





    *pic3




    *pic4

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    Gif (s) are for basic color renderings and supports transparency... where as jpg(s) handle gradient renderings but does not support transparency.

    what does that mean ?

    gifs are good for images with several distinct colors,with distinct edges, etc...

    jpgs are good for "photo" type images...

    trying to go for the "smallest size possible" will sometimes degrade the image ( either format )... always keep JPG(s) at 70% or better, otherwise the image pixels start bleeding

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    Thanks for your suggestion . i create same thing in Photoshop .it's gif picture quality is really good . but i don't what is the problem in flash it's gif quality is very poor .

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    That's because the photoshop engine will render a gif differently than other programs, try outputting the image to a jpg format before putting it into flash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Webzarus, post: 218325
    That's because the photoshop engine will render a gif differently than other programs, try outputting the image to a jpg format before putting it into flash.
    Thanks !


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