I have an existing file and I need to add a new end frame jpg to it, so this is what I did:
1) imported the new end frame jpg file, so it's now a new layer on the timeline
2) i set the opacity to 0% from the start of the timeline and transitioning into 100% opacity right at the last few frames.
// All looks good when playing back on the timeline.
// Checked the unpublished HTML file and it's super-duper, too.
3) So I published it.
But the published file is completely different - it shows this new layer right from the beginning till the end, blocking out all the earlier animations at the bottom layers (only intermittently disappearing for like a split second)
Any idea why this happened when it's fine on the timeline and unpublished file?
What can I do to get this right? Any help is much appreciated!!
Ver: Edge 2015.0 Release
I'm wondering - does this have anything to do with this 'Display: On' and 'Display: Off' thingy?
I suggest that you set the image to display off until you need it to appear.
on the timeline move your play head to the place where you want to show your image.
Select your image in the element panel and change display to on.
Changing the display to on at this point will make the display off before this point and therefore will not block the rest.
I did that and it works!
Once again, THANK YOU for saving my hiny again!