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    I have come across a little glitch that is giving me quite a headache...

    I have created a Movie clip that contains an intro animation that contains quite a bit of vector art and 2 JPEG images. Then I inserted this movie clip from my library onto the first frame in the scene. This works beautifully when viewed at "full screen" UNTIL I try to add content to the second frame of the scene... then the JPEG images appear VERY jagged.

    Any ideas on what may cause this, how to fix it or prevent it in the future? Thank you in advance for any reply!

    ~DesignJoe

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    Does it continue to look jagged when you test the movie? I've experienced the jaggedness before, but it always stops when i publish the Flash movie.

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    hi

    have you optimised your jpegs? if you do (i do mine in image ready cos i still use Photoshop 5) then when you publish your fla it should look ok.


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    THANKS for your reply, Halo!

    Actually yes. I am publishing the file as a "Windows Projector" executable.

    WITH THE SECOND FRAME IN THE SCENE - When viewed at normal size, it looks fine. When viewed at full screen, it still looks jagged.

    WITHOUT THE SECON FRAME IN THE SCENE - It ALWAYS look crisp & clear, with no jagged lines at all.

    I'll look in to it further. Any other ideas?

    ~DesignJoe

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    Thanks Aria!

    I haven't tried that, but I'm going to right now!! I'll let you know how it turns out!

    ***UPDATE***
    Just gave your suggestion a try... still appears jagged.
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    Thanks Again! If you have any other ideas, they would be appreciated... ;O)

    ~DesignJoe
    [Edited by DesignJoe on 11-22-2000 at 03:52 PM]

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