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ajburgess1
10-16-2001, 01:47 PM
okay who recons that the fraimes per second on 3d flash director should go higher on macromedias do!

ajburgess1
10-16-2001, 05:16 PM
Originally posted by a_non_amous
[QUOTE]Originally posted by ajburgess1
[B]okay who recons that the fraimes per second on 3d flash director should go higher on macromedias do!

Hi,

More frames ---- larger flash.....
Have you tried just entering a larger number in the entry
rather than just using the slider?

Regards,

YEP IT ONLY GOES TO 30 AND THERE AINT NOTHIN U CAN DO ABOUT IT

blanius
10-16-2001, 08:43 PM
YEP IT ONLY GOES TO 30 AND THERE AINT NOTHIN U CAN DO ABOUT IT [/B]

Good lord why in the world would you want to? I can't imagine for a second that it would allow you to do anything that can't be done otherwise.

zoranvedek
10-17-2001, 04:21 AM
I can't even imagine why you would want more than 30 frames per second. I generally cut my larger files down to 12 and you really can't tell much differnce. Now if a file is real small I might take it to 20, thats ultra-smooth and completely fools the eye.



Now for the dumb question of the week...........


Anyone know why when I have several actions going on at once(even on a very small file) the exported version will slow down in a browser(low resources maybe...), and how do I work around it if at all?

-Jason


[Edited by zoranvedek on 10-17-2001 at 04:26 AM]

ajburgess1
10-17-2001, 04:42 PM
[QUOTE]Originally posted by zoranvedek
[B]I can't even imagine why you would want more than 30 frames per second. I generally cut my larger files down to 12 and you really can't tell much differnce. Now if a file is real small I might take it to 20, thats ultra-smooth and completely fools the eye.




I MADE A MOVIE AND SOMEONE REVIEWD IT AND TOLD ME IT SHOULD BE HIGHER
[Edited by ajburgess1 on 10-17-2001 at 05:45 PM]