You could rotate your 1080x1920 composition 90 degrees, export that, and then rotate back in Flash.
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Not sure, but if you can create the comp proportionately smaller, you might be able to tackle this by adding some code in Flash and have it scale/ offset on playback. Seems to me like the most sensible approach to the problem...
That works great.
I tried to do the following to solve the import in Flash:
1) In AE - Rotate the 1080x1920 comp 90º on an new comp 1920x1080.
2) Export to an XFL FILE inverted in b.1) FLV or b.2)PNG SEQUENCE ( RESULT ERROR)
3) Open the XFL in Flash. Change the STAGE size properties to 1080x1920 and change the rotation of the new movie clip back to vertical = 1080x1920 FLA FILE.
Or I thought on doing like this:
2) a) Export the new comp to an PNG sequence + Import the PNG SEQUENCE to a new comp 1920x1080. + Export to an XFL FILE inverted
Thanks man! It was very
usefull. I got to have to trick it a bit but in the end it works.
I suppose that it can be done by code, but it works Todd´s way. Thank you very must!
Now, Im kind of worried of what I can lose of quality or noise on the effects, because of the transfer from AE to FLA? It all vectors, so it doesn´t loose nothing, right?
Thanks very must guys. I have the weekend to fix this so Im trying to do it the right way.