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Thread: Re: N00b question but ok ;x

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    Re: N00b question but ok ;x

    Hey guys, im new to swift3d. Well, i was wondering how to save something from Swift 3d and import it into flash so i can use it.. :\ i need help, plz dont be a jackass and help a n00b out like me. i wanna make a 3d room and have a camera go 360 and put **** in it in flash. how can i do this? plz be specidifc, Thanks

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    I don't use Swift 3d, but I think you can export your movie as a .swf file, and from there you can import it into Flash by going to File/Import in Flash.

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    I'm not sure what version of swift you have, but I have version 2 still and what you do is after you finish making your movie, click on the "Preview and Export Editor" tab then click on "Generate Entire Animation" then to your right, click on "Export Entire Animation." It will now let you save it as a swf and then you can open the swf in flash.

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