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    caithness massiv
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    render it with something better like average color and i could optimaze it for you...

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    I got it down to 63k animated. But the quality got a little hammered along the way.
    Here's a snap:



    No optimizing yet either

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    Woah nitro that looks pretty kool 4 a 63k swf file... it would be GREAT if u cand send it with a little more qualitly if u can.. i mean 100 or 150 ks isnt so big tho...

    i have got a file from brian today... his work looked amazing.. no quality lost and 230ks.. just wanted to say thanx to brian again...

    nitro if u have some time to kill... try to beat brians kb`s =)

    here is a sample of the file he got me... its 150*150
    http://www.tvarandas.com/main.html its in spanish tho.. but u can see the images =)

    cya

    peace

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    you know you could always half the bandwidth by only rendering half the rotation and actionscripting the mc to play in reverse for the swing back.
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    caithness massiv
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    speaking of

    render out your frames and import them to the library

    go into that movieclip (in this case, myLogo.swft) and make a new layer

    fill that layer up with a bunch of stop actions (one per frame)

    dump myLogo.swft onto the stage and give it the instance name myLogo_mc

    if you want it to go forward or reverse, just call like this (btw, this works for the flash 5 player... you could do it more dynamically by this.onEnterFrame = function(){...} but it would be limited to the 6 player)

    myLogo_mc.go("forward");
    myLogo_mc.go("reverse");

    and here's the code that you put on the movieclip itself (myLogo_mc)

    Code:
    onClipEvent (load) {
    	go = function (way) {
    		switch (way) {
    		case "forward" :
    			trace(this+' forward');
    			this.way = way;
    			break;
    		case "reverse" :
    			trace(this+' reverse');
    			this.way = way;
    			break;
    		}
    	};
    }
    onClipEvent (enterFrame) {
    	switch (way) {
    	case "reverse" :
    		if (this._currentframe>1) {
    			this.gotoAndStop(this._currentframe-1);
    		}
    		break;
    	default :
    		if (this._currentframe<this._totalframes) {
    			this.nextFrame();
    		}
    		break;
    	}
    }
    Last edited by agent vivid; 11-22-2002 at 03:15 PM.

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