turn off anti-aliasing for export?

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Jul 22, 2021 Jul 22, 2021

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Hi! I'm animating for a project which needs colours to be cleanly separate in the PNG export (not anti-aliased) - my first try was to turn off 'smooth' in the PNG seq export but that didn't appear to do anything. I found an old question about this from several years ago, and the suggested solution was to download Flash CS6 and export it with that, since apparently it used to be an option?

I was going to try this, but CS6 is no longer available to download from CC. Does anybody know how I can get a clean export without anti-aliasing?

 

Thanks so much for any help!

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Jul 23, 2021 Jul 23, 2021

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Hi.

 

I tested here and it seems to be working. I'm using the latest public release of Animate (21.0.7).

 

- I grabbed a PNG with some pixel art in it;

- Imported to Animate;

- Then I went to File > Export > Export Movie...;

- Set a higher dpi (288);

- And the resulting images remained anti-aliased.

 

I ran the test using both AS3 and HTML5 Canvas documents.

 

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Also it's important to notice that you must turn off smoothing and set the compression to Lossless (PNG/GIF) in the bitmap properties in the Library.

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Do you mind providing some screenshots of your process/results?

 

Regards,

JC

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