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Subject: Re: FLASH: importing avi files
From: Helen Triolo
Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2000 02:52:11 GMT

Got it! Thanks so much--it's such a cool effect, those vectorized
movies! But after 10 minutes of so of sitting here vectorizing the
thing frame by frame, I'm wondering if there's a way, once I decide what
threshold and so forth is OK, that I can apply the same Trace Bitmap
conditions all at once to a series of frames... I checked the manual
briefly but didn't see such an option under "Tracing bitmaps". Thanks
for enough to get me started anyway, Tai.


Tai wrote:
> Hi Helen,
> the way I do it is to import the quicktime movie, then put as many
> frames as there are in the quicktime... (making sure the framerate is
> the same)
> then make the movie dimensions the same as the quicktime, then export as
> a bitmap sequence, then you can import all the bitmaps into a new flash
> movie and drop as many frames as you can (you will have to drop HEAPS)
> your movie won't be as smooth as the original, though that's the
> internet for u...
> depending on what the content in the movie is, you might be able to drop
> lots more keyframes in sections where there isn't as much critical
> action...
> cheers
> Tai :)

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