One of the best qualities of
Flash is its ability to handle the zooming of elements
without having them lose quality. For example, see example
To see how good Anti-Aliasing
really is, right click on the Green A and choose Zoom In.
You can do this repeatedly, yet you'll see no difference in
type quality, and the colors show no traces of pixelation.
Always, Anti-Aliasing is
turned on by default, but if you wish to, you may disable it
(but Flash Viewers can enable it by simply right clicking on
the animation and choosing High Quality:
Go to File > Publish
Click on the Tab marked
HTML on the top of the window.
Now click on the drop down
menu next to quality, and choose the lowest possible. See
So, you may be
wondering....what's the difference between High and Best.
The main difference is, that High does not smooth out images
you have in your animation, but Best does smooth images out.
Usually High is the default format used by Flash
because the Best format is very demanding on system
resources. Whew..aren't glad you know that now?
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