[osflash] swfmill - img -> allowSmoothing/compressionType
tom at wheelhousecreative.co.uk
Thu Jul 14 13:58:33 PDT 2005
hmmm, don't think you're right there, make a png of some text on a
transparent bg, then compare the exported results with and without the
checkbox ticked. you should see that it's sharp without "allow smoothing"
----- Original Message -----
From: "David Rorex" <drorex at gmail.com>
To: "Daniel Fischer" <eladin at gmail.com>; "Open Source Flash Mailing List"
<osflash at osflash.org>
Sent: Thursday, July 14, 2005 10:46 PM
Subject: Re: [osflash] swfmill - img -> allowSmoothing/compressionType
On 7/14/05, Daniel Fischer <eladin at gmail.com> wrote:
> as said, i dont know of the flag, as alexis' ref doesnt mention it.
> maybe if one of you prepare two really minimal .swfs in the ide, with
> the same image, one smoothed one not, and send them to me, i could
> find out...
> re/ jpegs with alpha: swfmill doesnt support that (yet).
I don't think unchecking Allow Smoothing actually works...
Try this in the Flash IDE: Import a PNG, and scale it to 200%, and run
it with Allow Smoothing checked, and then run it again with Allow
Smoothing unchecked...for me it is smoothed/blurred both ways.
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