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I have a simple interface I've designed with sort of a window or screen to
view the content. (furniture catalog and .mov files.)
for each furniture piece that section of sprites are 5 frames long in the
score (to allow a fade in when the user clicks to it)
the navigational interface is stretched out pretty much over the whole
timeline, but my timeline is now about 400 frames in length.
is this ok? does the span of a sprite in the score affect RAM usage as
opposed to multiple short segments?
big thanks in advance,
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Re: Score Question...
400 frames of score should no problem, I don't believe the ram overhead
to maintain te score is significant, more import is setting a layout
scheme that minamizes the authoring time per catalog item.
To save the effort of making a unique score marker for each 'page' you
can use a calculated offset from a base marker to locate an entry.
on accessCatItem catItem
go to marker("catalogStart") + (catItem - 1) * 5