jlm at justinfront.net
Fri Mar 30 04:48:41 EST 2007
sounds like you have been having similar probs to me :)
talked to tink at the london macromedia meet, and he suggested looking at
using the BitmapMaterial, just pass it a bitmapData of your movie.
when I get a chance to try I will post something.
>On Thu, 29 Mar 2007 19:28:32 -0700 Jeremy Smith <jeremy at pinacol.com> wrote.
>In the AS2 version, I've noticed that not only can a MovieMaterial only
>be assigned to one object, but any movie asset can only be used in one
>MovieMaterial. Any attempts to use the same movie asset on two objects
>(either by using the same material, or creating two materials with the
>same movie asset) will result in invisible faces.
>Anyone know of a workaround to this?
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