When i open the HTML it shows me a bad quality version of my Composition. (Even if i choose High-Quality)
Exporting to the SWF format is only a good idea if you consciously limit yourself to a specific combination of source types and features that AE's SWF exporter can mantain as vector graphics instead of leading to rasterization (ie, converting vector graphics to bitmap images). This means using only text layers (with text animation, not bad), solid layers, imported vector files (AI/EPS/PDF/SWF), with basic transformations (position, scale, etc) and masks. Using any effect (with a couple of exceptions explained in the link below), 3D layers, blend modes, nested compositions, motion blur and any kind of bitmap image/video layer will make it impossible to export a vector file. And in that case, for features labeled as unsupported for vector export, the SWF format is really, really inefficient at compressing bitmaps. When this is the case, you want to use FLV (Adobe Flash Video) instead of SWF. It will give you much better quality at much lower data rates.
To read more about which features and source types are supported or unsupported for vector export when exporting to SWF, see Render and export a composition as a SWF file in After Effects help.
Now i want After Effects to create a file that plays on the back, one time and then stops.
I think that's what the HTML from AE's SWF exporter will do if you turn off the "Loop continuously" checkbox in the SWF export dialog, right?
I already recognized my Blur, Lens Flare, Light etc didnt show on the SWF file
As you said about exporting it to FLV. How ??, i can't find it anywhere... (Im using CS4 Trial)
And if anyone is good with HTML:
<td height="231" align="right" valign="top" background="images/header.jpg" id="menu">
I want the Bold Underlined Italic part to be my "movie.flv"
As you can see on the image in my previous post. Thats the header with my links on it.
> As you said about exporting it to FLV. How ??, i can't find it anywhere...
You render and export a movie to the FLV or F4V container format using the render queue, just as you do with other formats. Just pick FLV or F4V in the output module.
If you need to know more about the basics of rendering and exporting, see "Basics of rendering and exporting".