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Upgrading an old Director project

Upgrading an old Director project

Upgrading an old Director project

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Hi, I've been given the task of translating an old (95 0r 96) poject and when I change the text, no problem but when I change some of the images it works fine in authoring mode but crashes the projector. The original images are 8 bit pct files. I've tried replacing them with pngs, jpgs, and pcts (although the lowest pct bit depth I can get is 16). Any thoughts, solutions or ideas would be greatly appeciated or even a point in the right direction. Thanks.

Cheers~Frank

RE: Upgrading an old Director project

(OP)
Just thought I'd share the "fix". It turns out that it had been updated a few years ago using MX and opening it in MX2004 was causing the conflict. I uninstalled 2004 and installed MX and Bingo. Anyway, just posting to maybe save someone else the grief.

Cheers~Frank

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