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Lesson 13. Combining Adobe LiveMotion An... > Exporting the composition

Exporting the composition

As the final preparation step, you'll export the composition to a SWF file. For the final movie to play smoothly, the frame rate must be the same for the SWF file as it is for the QuickTime movies. The movies that we've provided for this lesson all have frame rates of fifteen frames per second, which is the default frame rate for a LiveMotion composition.

1.
Choose Edit > Composition Settings and verify these settings for the composition: 500 for Width, 420 for Height, 15 for Frame Rate, Entire Composition for Export, and the Make HTML checkbox is deselected. Then click OK.

2.
Choose Window > Export to display the Export palette. Choose SWF and JPEG from the pop-up menus, enter 50 for Quality, 6 for Opacity Resolution, choose Auto Data Rate (Windows) or Auto Bit Rate (Mac OS) for MP3, and choose Document Rate for Frame Rate.

3.
Choose File > Export As, name the file with the .swf extension, and click Save to save it in the Lessons/Lesson13/13Start/ folder. (Do not name the file 13start.swf unless you wish to overwrite the 13start.swf file provided.) Choose File > Exit or Quit to exit LiveMotion.


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