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Chapter 3. Using Slides to Build a Movie > Adding Full Motion Slides

Adding Full Motion Slides

There will be occasions where a slide-based approach to a capture is not suitable to the scope of the project. For example, you may wish to demonstrate how to apply a Live Effect to an object in Fireworks MX 2004 or how to add a new site in Dreamweaver MX 2004. In this case, a full motion slide is the best solution.

Full motion slides are captured as AVI movies, converted to the SWF format, and then placed in a slide of the movie. The advantage to you is these captures are much smoother and display more detailed motion than the normal slide-based approach. This is because full motion recordings are captured at a higher frame rate—20 frames per second—than the usual capture method.


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