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Post 3+ Months Ago

hi all

I developed a movie on a PIII 800.
Have a new machine now P4 3.0ghz and the playback speed is many times
faster ,both are running at 24 fps.
Does anyone no how to resolve this without having to go and edit all the keyframes? :(
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By a new CPU to replace the P3.

Other than or altering the FPS, there isnt really anything you can do as Flash uses CPU time.
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just to be clear... between more modern computers, there should be little difference in timing. however, there's always some kind of minor difference because of the clock timing on the machine.

these days, if you set the fps and work on it on a moderately fast computer, you can be assured that it will play back at roughly that speed on other machines.

yeah.

i find it really amusing to go and find old flash animations and look at 'em all speedy and crazy... but that's just me...
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roarmeow wrote:
I find it really amusing to go and find old flash animations and look at 'em all speedy and crazy... but that's just me...


LMAO
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thanks guys ...I will do the extra work, just thought there would be some kind of script which could standardize between different processor speeds...
guess not .Do you know if exporting into director may change the story?

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