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Subject: Re: FLASH: bitmaps quality
From: vincent leleux
Date: Tue, 30 Mar 1999 09:11:09 +0100

>Hi Vincent,
>> When i import a bitmap(a JPG) in my flash file and then export the flash
>> movie the bitmap is not as good as before ; it affects my JPG.
>> I tried to change the jpg quality (untill 100) in the export dialog but it
>> doesn't change anything.
>Whether in Flash or another program generally the best results are only
>to compress an image once with a lossy compression format such as JPEG.
>This is especially true with Flash. Keep your image without adding jpeg
>artifacts (noise) until your final export and you will find that mostly
>your file will be smaller and image quality better. Import into Flash as
>bmp or pict file not jpeg.
Does Flash compress the bitmap in JPEG format himself ?
Apparently, it doesn't with another format, if i import a .gif it won't
compress it again when i export my movie, isn't it ?

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