I have a client who is requesting a flash project where the
user can create a custom layout with pictures and text. Then they
need to be able to save what they created to their hard drive. It
needs to be distibuted on CD, so no server code can be useed.
Here's the hard part: the graphics have to be print quality (at
least 300 dpi.) I have been reseaching this for days and have not
come up with a viable solution for this.
I am thinking that I would have to have the user build the
layout on the stage and have a much larger version being build off
stage, but I don't know how I would take that information and get
it to bitmap format and onto the Hard Drive.
I am looking for any suggestions. I know I am going to need
to use something beyond flash, since flash can not save directly to
a hard drive. Should I even be trying this in flash or is there a
better way? Anyone?
OK, so I am upgrading to Flash 8 so I can use the BitmapData
command to get all of the bit map data for the image that I want to
save. I then want to use zinc to translate the data to a bitmap
image and save it to the users hard drive.
Can anyone help me with the zinc code nessecary to do