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    Is there a way to convert an image from a photograph to a flash animation? I want to take photographs of a flight controller in a few different positions and then create a flash animation where the controller moves from center to forward to back, etc.

    I know how to get the images -- I can isolate the flight stick in the different positions in separate photos. I am wondering, however, if such a thing is even possible -- or if flash is the right way to go.

    Thanks in advance,
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    Senior Member Elroy's Avatar
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    From what I understand of what you said...
    You can do the animation just like making gif image.

    But by the way, do you meant that you want to have "center to forward to back" for EACH of the photograph position of the flight controller? (top view, side view?)
    Underconstruction
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    Senior Member waynarky's Avatar
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    What u can do is import the jpg. with the jpg selected go to modify and pick 'trace bitmap'. Mess around with the controls. color threshold is the main one, higher= realistic. lower= cartoony. u can then edit the pic with flash!

    Wayne Thompson
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