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Yes, Flash's scaling on export lacks the finesse of Photoshop. To get the best of both, use both. Use method 2, but don't scale the output. Export the pngs at full size. Then open them in Photoshop and perform the re-scaling. I would do this scaling in steps. I don't like to reduce the size of any image more than 50% at any step. Depending on the content of these images, you might want to also add a sharpening step or two in the re-scaling process.
Thank you for your swift answer Rob. After having tried a number of other things, this truly seems to be the only working alternative. Thanks again for your help!
Now to the tedious task of saving multiple hundred PS images via script
this cannot be the soultion
i am getting complex fla from designers, and export a png seqaucne into my software
the fla allready has tweens of scaling!
i cannot go frame by frame, and optimize the export for each frame indivdually.
this is critical issue of flash, so many pepole get unoptimzied images when exporting from flash.
what about cache as bit map? changing the scripts of flash somehow.
Do you need to export each frame as a PNG? And each exported PNG should be resized?