JPG's fine in Flash Editor, but pixilated in actual SWF??

  • Sean Dempsey
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I have a banner I am making for one of my sites, and in Flash (the program itself), the images look fine. But when I publish the swf, the jpg's used in my file look horrible.

Here's the banner, it's the one with the book reviews and the 2 book covers. Nothing I do will make them look good. I don't know what else to do, in photoshop they look fine, in Flash they look fine, but as soon as they are published, they get all jagged and crap.

If anyone knows, help would be appreciated.

http://www.antelopesprings.com/new/
  • uknightuss
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I used to use .jpg's all the time and was having some irregular visual problems coming up in the published swf that were not showing up in the authoring environment. I did some searching and found some info, although I cannot remember where, that Flash often has problems displaying jpg's correctly. I started using .gif and .png extensions instead and have never had visual problems with any of my images since..

Hope that helps.
  • yuriythebest
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Post 3+ Months Ago

nah, you guys got it all wrong. In the publish/export settings make sure that bitmap quality is set to high. That should fix it.
  • R.L.D.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

yea try that ...or if that doesnt work..

when you import the images to flash
dont try do skew the images to the size you want
because that distorts the image... do that in photoshop, then import them to flash...

i was having the same problem before with images in flash but then i found that out.

hope that helps.
  • Sean Dempsey
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Thanks, I'll give it a try

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