I am trying to do something simple. I have a logo - it loads at the beginning of my flash, then using a motion tween, the logo goes to the upper left and gets smaller (a transformation) while doing so.
The problem - even with easing at 60fps it's extremely jerky. This is not a computer speed problem: I have a new MacBook Pro. It's also not a frame speed problem: 60fps is far higher than necessary.
Something interesting: motion presets at 60fps aren't jerky at all. How do they do this?
Supposedly, using "roving keyframes" is a way to solve the problem. I have not been successful so far. Does anybody have any good suggestions?
Oh, I think it's worth mentioning that when I right click on the tween and then go "Motion Path > Switch Keyframes to Roving", the "Switch Keyframes to Roving" option is grayed out.
if you are importing any graphics...especially PNG's..make sure to double-click the respective image in the library (F11) and check "Allow Smoothing" and set compression to "Lossless". Otherwise they can look really bad.