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Creating SWF Flash Files

If you work with Shockwave, you'll be delighted to learn that it's quite simple to prepare your work in ImageReady and then save it as a Shockwave-compatible file, ready to drop into your Shockwave application.

Saving Files in SWF Format (ImageReady)

Technically speaking, you don't save your ImageReady file in Shockwave format, you export it; but this makes no real difference. In a multilayered Photoshop file, each layer of the file is exported as one SWF object, or each layer can be exported as separate SWF files using the Layers As Files command. When the entire file is exported to one SWF file, animation frames are exported as SWF animation frames. URLs in slices and image maps are preserved when exported. Rollovers are ignored. The exported images do not change when you roll over them.


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