So I have a flash movie in Director that I am moving back
and forth across the stage. The short explanation is that there are
viewer goggles in the middle of the stage that show a zoomed in
version of the same flash movie. My problem is this - the right
side of the large flash movie I am moving back and forth seems to
cut off the right end of the graphic. About 250 pixels or so. I
tried making the graphic in the flash movie smaller, and leaving
some slop there so that if it was cutting off the movie, it
wouldn't get the graphics, but it seems to be still happening.
While experimenting more, I found that if I was viewing my director
movie at 100% then it is cut off - but at 50% or smaller, it showed
my missing graphics. Any ideas? I realize the problem could be in
the flash movie, but I don't have any masks or anything in it, and
it is very simple. Of note, I have the flash movie close to the max
width, but have stretched it to put it on the director stage.
yup. That's the limit that was imposed by Windows waaaay back
in Director version X (don't know which one). There's a doc on it
somewhere (on the Adobe site now). It was never lifted after
whatever newer version of Windows was able to handle it.
the "Not wider than max of 2880" that you stated in the
subtitle of your post... the number is also with vectorShapes in
Director of which my comments apply more to... but the same limit
is apparently a well documented limit even up to now in Flash. I
will refer you to this link: