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Flash CS4 Professional File Conversion to Quicktime


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Hello,
I have Flash CS4 Professional running on my mac. I created a short 10 second animation and am trying to convert my .fla file into a .mov file.

I exported the movie into quicktime using the feature in the flash main menu, however the completed .mov file is very jagged. A weird "tracing" effect appeared, in which the graphics could not keep up with the flash animation.

Does anyone know how to resolve this?
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