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Creating a Seamless Animation

Creating a Seamless Animation

Creating a Seamless Animation

Hi All -

I need some guidance on some things.  If anyone could help me that would be great.

If I want to create an image of an object floating up and down, seamlessly without glitches, so it looks like it's levitating, what should I do?

Should I use imageready?  Or flash?  I'm new to these programs.  Thank you for all the help.


RE: Creating a Seamless Animation


.... without glitches

There is no reason why any animation should not be smooth. Glitches would normally be caused by the 'playback' machine which you have no control of.


RE: Creating a Seamless Animation

My experience has been that people love detail and the fact that you spent the time doing so. Imageready - Fireworks are good programs to develop a web sites,games,PowerPoint,DVD projects. With Flash you have the control,and can add sound and your file size can be low. Your code can give you even more control so you can have the animation look "seamlessly without glitches, so it looks like it's levitating"
Good luck

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