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Chapter 21. Publishing a Movie > Specifying JPEG Options

Specifying JPEG Options

When you publish a Flash document, you're not limited to just the creation of the Flash movie, you can instruct Flash to create a JPEG image of the Flash movie, based on the currently selected frame. The JPEG file format (Joint Photographic Experts Group), is used primarily to reduce the size of photographic images. Once the image is created, you can open and use it in any application that supports the JPEG file format.

Specify JPEG Options

Select a specific frame on the Timeline.

Click the File menu, and then click Publish Settings.

Select the JPEG check box, and then click the JPEG tab.

Enter a Width and Height (in pixels) for the JPEG image, or select the Match Movie check box to create a JPEG image that matches the size of the Flash movie.

Drag the Quality slider to increase or decrease the amount of compression applied to the image.

The lower the value, the more information is removed from the image.

Select the Progressive check box to create a progressive JPEG image. The file, when displayed on a Web page, loads in three passes.

Click OK to save the JPEG settings.


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