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I upgraded to CS5.5 Flash and PS, like a month ago so this is my first project since, (I was using MX 2004 and Elements 2.0 for about 7 years or so) and I'm having a minor issue. When moving a file from PS to Flash, the image's quality drops, or there will be notable errors, such as pixels shifting. I tried exporting the image as .bmp and as a .jpeg, neither did much. The image only gets fucked up once I put it into flash, when I preview it in windows it looks fine. So is there a particular file type that flash favors? or a particular way I should export the image? Thanks!
Doubleclick on the pic in your library (Not the symbol it is in if there is one) and set the quality to 100.
At 31 minutes ago, kmau wrote: Doubleclick on the pic in your library (Not the symbol it is in if there is one) and set the quality to 100.
This should do the trick, but I recommend that you use a higher quality extension such as PNG. Jpeg is fine, but you will get a better quality picture if you use PNG.
Sorry forget to reply right away......
Thanks guys, I did what all 3 of you said, it worked great!