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Subject: FLASH: Re: What are the basic levels of FPS?
From: Ronnie Sampson
Date: Thu, 29 Jun 2000 16:22:20 +0100

30 fps? Really? I tend to stick to 12 or 15 fps for everything I do.
I want to make sure the largest number of people can view my Flash
animations as I intended them to be seen.
In most cases, in the work I've done, haven't needed to get anywhere
near 30fps. How did you come to choose that frame rate for your work?

I come from the early days of Director (Videoworks) animation where I
used to do animations at 8 fps. Back then, that was what the average
machine could support. I guess I'm old and haven't (shall we say)
shifted gears with the times

Ronnie Sampson

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