yes you can export your movie from Flash into a perfect quality PNG sequence. You can even set up the export using the Alpha channel so that your PNG images will understand the transparency bits ... if you have any(ie background etc).
So, as you might already know, to export the movie into a PNG sequence you go into File>Export>Export Movie and select PNG as the export format...
What that Export function DOESN'T do is to export the parts which are inside Movie Clips. Basically it exports only what it can see on the stage, at the root of your FLA. I had a quick look at your file and a quick fix would be to copy the frames which are inside your Movie Clip, and to paste them one level up, on the stage.
Hope this helps,
hello my friend
i already tried this file-export-png
the problem is i only have PNG Sequance
maybe its because im using CS3?
anyway when im exporting that way it exports to many many still pictures
and not 1 png animation file
y is that?
i already read it
and didn't find answer for what i searched for
i just want to know simple thing
when i made a job in flash
how can i export it to a loseless png animation file
can u help me with that?
still waitin' for answer from anybody :|
The answer is that there is no such thing as an animated PNG, the format does not support animation. There are however two variations on the PNG format that do support animation APNG (Animated Portable network Graphic) and MNG (Multiple-image Network Graphics). The APNG format can have the same file extension as a normal PNG which is probably what is causing the confusion.
As far as I know, Flash can't create either of those formats though.
and do u know about program that support this format?
I have a beta-version of APNG export plug-in in the works, so if you are interested in trying it, drop me a line at: newstop gmail
But it's only for Windows.
just a thought.