How to make smoth image movement.?

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Hi..
I have a small problem.. When ever i make a flash movie.. with images moving(llike from left to right of a web header).. there is flikering in tht movement.. its not a smoth flow.. i tried to increase frame rate or length of the tween but useless.. flikering is still there..
now wat shld i do to minimize the flickering and make the movement smoth..?
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did you try making the movement with actionscript?
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there are several things u can do:

1. get a better computer
2. remove the trojans and viruses from your computer
3. close all other applications, including antivirus, let only flash run.

If none of those solve your problem, then come back and tell us how you make your tween and show us an example and we may be able to help you
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well ice cold... i dnt have any problem like viruses etc..
wat i mean is have a look at this site's header.. http://www.dawselpaso.com
now u will notice tht the images are not moving smothly there is a jerky motion ...
thts wat my question is.. wat shld b done to eliminate this jerky motion...
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great .... is not working
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this link is working fine for me :S
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Hai did u get solution for ur smooth scrolling for images.

let me say use action script dont animate with tween.

becoz im trying for mouse movement scroling oppsite direction
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i m not good in scripting.. i oonly know basics of scripting ,dnt know script to move images .. thts y I use tweening...
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I'm currently experiencing the same problem with a portfolio i'm creating for my university project.
I created the movement via tween, with a text field as the target.

It works fine, appart from some small blurring! It's noticable to a sharp eye!

I shall now try doing the same thing with actionscript, but how!?
do i need it to do a loop action, that changes the position by 'x' everytime!?

Thanks,
Danny
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just use the tween class that mx provides.
fade tween.
Remember than you can tween any property of a movieclip. _alpha, _x, _y, _width, _height ... anything.
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thx Ice Cold ..
i wil try to use tween class for image scrolling..
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I'm working with a student at the moment that is creating a scrolling bar menu, that is activated by clicking...

We're looking to slide the bar via actionscripting and not as a tweened movieclip... would i use a while statemement, or ifs!?

It scrolls 200px every click, but must be able to lock out the left and right buttons, when the movement has reached it's max of that direction.

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use the tween made by actionscript. See the link above

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