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Chapter 21. Publishing a Movie > Exporting a Movie to Different Formats

Exporting a Movie to Different Formats

Flash can export an entire movie or frame to several different formats that are not included in the Publish Settings dialog box. These formats include Adobe Illustrator, EPS, and DXF; PICT and Quick Time (for Mac only), Enhanced Metafile (EMF), Windows Metafile (WMF), Windows AVI, and WAV (for Windows only). When you export a movie or frame, some file formats require you to select additional format specific options to complete the operation.

Export a Movie or Frame to Different Formats

Open a document.

Select a frame you want to export in the Timeline.

Click the File menu, point to Export, and then click Export Image to print a frame, or Export Movie.

TIMESAVER Press Option+ Shift+ +S (Mac) or Ctrl+Alt+ Shift+S (Win) to export a movie.

Navigate to the location where you want to save the file.

Enter a name in the Save As (Mac) or File Name (Win) box.

Click the Format popup (Mac) or the Save As Type list arrow (Win), and then select a file format.

Click Save.

Some file formats require you to select additional format specific options to complete the operation.

If a dialog box appears, select the options you want, and then click OK.

When you export a movie, Flash creates a separate file for each frame of the movie and numbers them in sequential order.


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