CS101.Lect21.Flash.Images.ppt

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1 Aaron Stevens 21 March 2011 CS101 Lecture 21 Flash Animation: Images 2 What You’ll Learn Today – Using Flash as a multimedia content delivery platform. – Review: image types and data requirements – How to import images to Flash? – How to manipulate images in a slideshow? – Image motions and effects.
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Multimedia Content Delivery Flash is a great way to assemble and deliver multimedia content via the Web: – Vector images – Animations – Raster images – Sounds – Video First step: gather your content. Review: Image Formats • Raster vs. Vector images • Data requirements – Example: bitmap at 1024 * 768 @ 24 bit color • Compression – Example: medium quality JPEG is about 90% savings versus bitmap.
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Preparing Images for Flash Flash .SWF files can be huge, especially with embedded images (and sounds). Plan in advance for reasonable download: – Resize images to desired size (e.g. 550 * 400) in Photoshop before importing. – Create medium quality JPEGs.
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This note was uploaded on 12/16/2011 for the course CS 101 taught by Professor Stevens during the Spring '08 term at BU.

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