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Problem publishing a Transparent Gif / Png image with Flash 8.

neliy
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I was checking older threads... well finally hows that possible? how transparency can be published?
Jul 19 '07 #1
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It's in the export options for photoshop. First you make sure your backround is actually transparent. Then you save for web. When you are exporting your file go to: file /save for web. It will open in a new window w/ export options. Choose png 24 for your format, make sure transparency is checked.

http://rb-assoc.com/download/Matt/screenshot.jpg

here's a screen shot couldn't embed it for some reason
Jul 19 '07 #2
neliy
32
It's in the export options for photoshop. First you make sure your backround is actually transparent. Then you save for web. When you are exporting your file go to: file /save for web. It will open in a new window w/ export options. Choose png 24 for your format, make sure transparency is checked.

http://rb-assoc.com/download/Matt/screenshot.jpg

here's a screen shot couldn't embed it for some reason
I think you got a bit confused. I was asking about the actual publish of a transparency through flash not photoshop!

thanks anyway
Jul 20 '07 #3
Hi,

I'm not familiar with flash 8. But on previous Flash versions, you can publish a transparent GIF file.

Under File-> Publish Settings-> Check on the GIF Image extension and a GIF tab will appear-> GIF tab-> Under Transparent-> Change the default "Opaque" to"Transparent". Then Click Publish.

Hope this helps.
Jul 23 '07 #4
Motoma
3,237 Expert 2GB
I was checking older threads... well finally hows that possible? how transparency can be published?
neliy,
If the responses have not sufficiently answered your question, perhaps you will need to reword your question.

Are you asking about transparent object in your flash movie, or having the exported flash object transparent on your page?
Jul 23 '07 #5
neliy
32
Please check the link below (was refering to this):

http://www.thescripts.com/forum/thread652851.html

I know how to use transparency into flash but exporting transparency...?

Hope it helps
Jul 24 '07 #6
Motoma
3,237 Expert 2GB
And did ghostface's response not help?
Jul 24 '07 #7
neliy
32
And did ghostface's response not help?
What he proposed is actually working!
the thing I dont understand now is:

when we create a gif file with transparency in photoshop, the transparency is there!

when we export a gif file from flash what kind of gif file we will receive? cause everytime i try it the white color (or whichever color i place at the background) is always there...is it possible to create a movieclip which is actually transparant while it runs over another scene?
Jul 24 '07 #8
i have same problem
flash not publish transparent .gif via publish

but i have solution too:)

File -> Export -> Export Image -> (choose Name and .gif ) -> Save -> Transparent (here is the clue:) ) ->ok
Nov 20 '07 #9
Motoma
3,237 Expert 2GB
i have same problem
flash not publish transparent .gif via publish

but i have solution too:)

File -> Export -> Export Image -> (choose Name and .gif ) -> Save -> Transparent (here is the clue:) ) ->ok
Hey there alicecooper!
Welcome to The Scripts! It's nice to see people coming in to help out. Thanks for your post.
Motoma
Nov 20 '07 #10

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