My attempt at a flash ad

Discussion in 'The Flash Ad Creator' started by homesight, Nov 20, 2006.

  1. homesight

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    Here's my flash ad. Just a sample, now if only i could figure out how to slow it down :getting n

    My flash ad
     
  2. Syrus XL

    Syrus XL

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    If you have Flash MX - all you do is edit the .fla and change the movies frame rate. By default they all seem to run at 30fps - this could be lowered to 24 or less, but the smoothness may suffer.
     
  3. Randy...

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    I've noticed that the photos used in several flash ads are grainy. Is this because this was just a sample or a flaw in the software?
     
  4. Syrus XL

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    There are several factors that can cause this. If the software is increasing the size of an image, then it would start pixelating - giving a grainy appearance.

    Flash doesn't support bi-polar image resizing, which would look better if it did.

    A way around this is to do a trial run of an ad, export it then note the image sizes that are in the assets folder. You can re-create the images in any image program, making sure your new images are the correct size in width and height.

    I used the aforementioned method when creating a sample ad on my site which you can view here: http://www.digitalport.co.uk/modules.php?name=Home

    Hope that helps! :D
     
  5. mpcevallos

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    Help please!!!

    hey homesight i need to know... how do u get your ad to load ?
    please explain it to me, i have tried everything and iam very confused.

    Thanks.
     
  6. homesight

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    sorry out of town. i will reply tomorrow.

    ryan
     

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