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08-23-2005, 07:20 PM
I am trying to create power-up, power-off and screensaver animations for a cell phone.

These are the specs I was given:

Power-up animation (.gif89a, 15 frames) 176x220 64k
Power-down animation (.gif89a, 15 frames) 176x220 64k
Screensaver (.gif89a, 15 frames) 176x220 64k

Does the animated gif export option from Flash create a gif89a file?

Is 64k referring to the total file size?

Does this specify how many frames per second or do I need to inquire about that?

What limitations do I need to consider when designing this?

Thanks!!! I'm new to this kind of animation.

08-31-2005, 04:04 AM
gif89a is a special form of gif file, which is popular because of its tiny size. i dont know whether flash lite exports this type of file, but u can always use a software to make them & then just import ... visit http://members.aol.com/royalef/gifanim.htm to get more info.

In every flash mobile applications the recommended fps is 10 to 15. the more fps u set the more pressure it puts on the mobile speed & memory.