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You just place the animation on the stage twice with the second instance flipped vertically and moved to align at the bottom of the other and then add a gradient (or a gradient mask) over the flipped one. Here's a link to a tutorial that uses the gradient...
I have no idea why I didnt think of that!!! Thank you so much.
One more question, Is there any easy-ish way to adjust the perspective (my terminology is rubbish) of the mirrored animation.
Hard to explain, but say the original is sat on a flat surface and you are infront of it, I want the mirrored image to come towards me so that the closer it is, the bigger it is if you know what I mean.
Heres a really crappy example lol
I know how to do it in photoshop, Im just not sure about Flash as I can only skew it which is almost there but only appears to the left or right, not centrally