Saving for previous versions of Flash


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Saving for previous versions of Flash

Now let's say that you created an animation using the Motion Editor and you wanted to share that animation with somebody that is using Flash CS3. In order to do that all you have to do is choose File > Save As and then for the format you choose Flash CS3. So now let's say I wanted to call this file, Saving_FLCS3. So I have saved it in the Chapter_01 folder then I'll click Save As, I'll see a message that says this file contains the following data that will be lost if saved in the Flash CS3 format: XMP File Info dialog's and metadata and Motion Objects. Basically what this means is that we can't save the animation for Flash CS3, because Flash CS3 doesn't support to this motion tween model.

So what I am going to do is first Cancel and I am going to a cancel saving the file altogether. I am going to show you how to convert your animation to a format that Flash CS3 and even other versions of Flash will accept. To do that Right-click or Ctrl-click the motion t...

Saving for previous versions of Flash
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Saving for previous versions of Flash provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Todd Perkins as part of the Flash CS4 Professional Tools for Character Animation

Subjects:
3D + Animation Web
Software:
Flash Professional
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