So I been trying to import a psd file in flash to animate using diifferent layers from Photoshop. The problem is there's always artifacts around the image once it imports. I can't seem to get rid of themwhen I need clean shapes to animate. When I go back to reclean the image in photoshop, it looks crisp and I don't see obvious artifacts spots as I do in flash.
Flash imports whatever is in the original file. The layers, once imported into Flash, are set to 72 dpi. So if your original art is at a higher resolution, then these extraneous bits may be difficult to see.
In any case the problem is a matter of technique in Photoshop.
Thanks, that's interesting to know. I do have the file in a slightly high res, than 72. Even when I zoom in 200%, I don't see anything extra to clean off in the original file. Is there a way to make it more obvious, or method to tone down stray pixels in photoshop or flash. It's still wierd that Flash would exaggerate a stray pixel, 100 fold whiling importing.
How you go about selecting the background to be deleted can vary, depending on the background vs. the part that you want. CS5 has a couple of useful tools, the quick selection tool and the content aware fill. You can add additional layers to the PS file and fill one with white and another with black and use those to help you to find stray bits.
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