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director to shockwave makes movies look splotchy

director to shockwave makes movies look splotchy

director to shockwave makes movies look splotchy


I have this director file that has a few smaller director movies in it. When I export to a projector or look at it in director, the file looks absolutly fine. When I export to shockwave, all the movies have white splotchy edges that are more than noticable. Does anyone have an idea why this happens or how it can be fixed?!? I'm at a dead end, please help!

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RE: director to shockwave makes movies look splotchy

well If I understand it correctly, you have several movies that are running at the same time. The first step is to combine them all into one movie in FLASH. Make sure that the quality settings are HIGH. Also you might want to check the speeds of you movies and make sure they're all compatable or atleast close. If your using a lot of vector images you might want to look into exporting them as animated giffs in FLASH. This way you can set the dpi to get a clear crisp feel.

Hope this helps,


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