Please be more specific. You are not telling us anything that would help. What's the resolution of the comp? What assets are you using? Audio? What kind of text? Other things of importance?
Thanks for responding Mylenium. Sorry I can't be more helpful. The comp is here for another 24 hrs or so:
It is the swf which runs on the landing page.
No audio, as per my previous post, assets are just test and still images. Images have transforms applied, text has animation effects.
I'm sorry, but the page doesn't seem to wanna load, so we'll have to do this the odd way:
- Size doesn't exceeed 1080 pixels in either dimension?
- Only PNG, FLV and JPEG fiels as sources?
- Comp uses square pixels?
Those would be the first things to check.
> I have been trying to find documetation (somewhere -anywhere!) which lists "supported features" of this type of export and there is nothing.
In the "Export a compsition as an XFL file to Flash Professional" section of After Effects Help, there is a detailed description of what gets passed through, what gets transcoded, and what gets rasterized. Anything not explicitly mentioned as being converted must be either rasterized or ignored (depending on the setting that you choose). Make sure to read the comments on that page, too, since one of the After Effects testers contributed a differently worded explanation of th same material that you might find more helpful.
I have had great success with the new .xfl export from After Effects to integrate with Flash, so I was suprised to read that you were having difficulties. Without seeing your AE file, my guess would be that on export you need to have rasterize selected.
Try this and see if it works:
1. in AE: File > Export> Adobe Flash Professional (XFL)
2. in the pop-up window, under rasterize to, select FLV as the format
3. click the 'format options' button
4. in the new pop-up window, make sure 'export video' is checked
5. as the video codec, try On2 VP6
6. click OK to close the window, and then click 'ok' again on the other open pop-up window
7. name the file and safe to your desktop
Now try opening the file by double clicking it to let it open in Flash.
Let me know if this works for you.