I only have basic knowledge on how to create flash website.
I have been researching on how to created flash website that can serve different sizes of browser without distorting the image.
I have one good sample on www.topsun.de. Althought it is full size but the image always load nicely even if loaded at different sizes of monitor
1. I am wondering how come no matter how they resize the browser or view in different monitor size, the picture or image still stay nicely without any distortion. Are they using vector image? For what I know if using bitmap image, the image will be distorted.
2. What is the AS script did they use?
3. Is it possible to do it this way? My maximum flash will be 1200 (w) by 720 (h). Any browser that is bigger than this will load 100% of 1200 by 720. If any browser than is smaller than the height will be scale proportionally to the browser and it will not distort any image that is loaded in the flash.
Thank you in advance for any advise!
Moving this thread from Flash Pro FAQs to Flash Pro - General.
What part of the site you point to are you talking about. I do not see anything that adjusts to the screensize nor do I see any Flash content.
If the images are photgraphic images, then they are not likely to be vectors. If they are photographic, and they look good at all sizes, then they have used to largest size of the image available so that it looks good when the image is maximized.
In Flash, you can get an image to look good at different sizes by enabling its smoothing property to be true, either in the library via the image Properties or by code if the image is dynamically loaded.