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Greetings again: still fighting this thing: bitmap files that look crispy and oddly pixelated on the SWF file, and do not look so on the flash (or photoshop) template: I've been a good user: I did most of what you fellows told me last time (AKA rasterize the image to 96, not resizing the image via flash), but still no luck: this time I have an example: I created this PNG file via photoshop from a very large jpeg: I didn't resize it in Flash: this is what I'm talking about : please have a look at this arab ensamle ...

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    Default MORE HELP IN DEMAND: crappy bitmaps in swf

    Greetings again:
    still fighting this thing: bitmap files that look crispy and oddly pixelated on the SWF file, and do not look so on the flash (or photoshop) template: I've been a good user: I did most of what you fellows told me last time (AKA rasterize the image to 96, not resizing the image via flash), but still no luck: this time I have an example: I created this PNG file via photoshop from a very large jpeg: I didn't resize it in Flash: this is what I'm talking about: please have a look at this arab ensamle and let me know how to fight off this awful desies.
    cheers



    Referring URLs
    [url]http://www.geocities.com/freddykiss/[/url]




    FreddyKiss webforumsuser@macromedia.com Guest

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    Default Re: MORE HELP IN DEMAND: crappy bitmaps in swf

    It doesn't look that bad to me. You may want to check your JPEG compression
    settings in Flash to see if you're compressing the hell out of the image,
    but it doesn't look like you are. Go to your Publish settings to check that
    setting.

    Other than that, I'd suggest double-clicking the image in the library and
    unchecking smoothing and settting compression to lossless to see if that
    helps.

    --
    Shane Elliott
    [url]www.timberfish.com[/url]
    [url]www.friesontheside.com[/url]


    "FreddyKiss" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
    news:bhan3f$sd8$1forums.macromedia.com...
    > Greetings again:
    > still fighting this thing: bitmap files that look crispy and oddly
    pixelated on the SWF file, and do not look so on the flash (or photoshop)
    template: I've been a good user: I did most of what you fellows told me last
    time (AKA rasterize the image to 96, not resizing the image via flash), but
    still no luck: this time I have an example: I created this PNG file via
    photoshop from a very large jpeg: I didn't resize it in Flash: this is what
    I'm talking about: please have a look at this arab ensamle and let me know
    how to fight off this awful desies.
    > cheers
    >
    >
    >
    > Referring URLs
    > [url]http://www.geocities.com/freddykiss/[/url]
    >
    >
    >
    >

    S. Elliott \(timberfish.com\) Guest

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