Flash Pro CS5.5, XP. Full disclosure - this is my first animation, so it's likely I didn't do something correctly. I have a logo that I'm attempting to animate one graphic in the logo. Ultimately I want it as an animated GIF, but I'm reading that I have to jump through some hoops to achieve that correctly. The logo has a stem/leaf that grows. I exported as a SWF and it works perfectly fine. However, exporting as a PNG sequence only produces one image. The stem/leaf was selected and converted to a movie symbol while the rest of the pieces of the logo were not selected and remained static. The movie symbol is what contains the 100+ frames. When clicking off the symbol (I'm unfamiliar with the proper terminology) it only shows one frame. What did I do incorrectly to only be getting one exported PNG?
export the timeline with the animation (ie, multiple frames).
if that doesn't work for you (because there are multiple timelines with animation), convert each animated timeline into a graphic, not a movieclip.
Thanks. I figured it out. Once I inserted the 160 frames on the first layer I was able to export the PNG sequence. I initially only had the one frame.