Animate cc "filter will not render" problem

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Apr 17, 2021 Apr 17, 2021

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I'm having a problem with animate cc, my blurred background is not properly being rendered when I test run my background without any animation it keeps outputing ("Warning: filter will not render. The displayObject's filtered Dimentions are too large to be drawn")

 

I changed the hardware acceleration between the three option none, direct and GPU but it's still not working. The problem only comes up when I test run it in swf, when im working on the project the blurred asset is perfectly fine 

 

Is there something I'm missing? I need heeeeeelp!!!!

 

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Hi mate,

 

Yeah, there is a limit as to how large the pixel dimensions of an object can be to render.

It may be 2880 px or larger now, but this is the cause of your issues.

If you only use a portion of a large pan, that is zoomed in, just duplicate and crop.

 

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Member of Flanimate Power Tools team – extensions for character animation – flash-powertools dot com

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Thanks @n. tilcheff  I understand I fixed the proplem, I had movie clips inside a movie clip I had to break those down, that fixed the problem but i still have a problem when i zoom in but you're right i might have to crop, Thanks!!!!

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Hi mate,

 

Yeah, there is a limit as to how large the pixel dimensions of an object can be to render.

It may be 2880 px or larger now, but this is the cause of your issues.

If you only use a portion of a large pan, that is zoomed in, just duplicate and crop.

 


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Hi mate,

 

Yeah, there is a limit as to how large the pixel dimensions of an object can be to render.

It may be 2880 px or larger now, but this is the cause of your issues.

If you only use a portion of a large pan, that is zoomed in, just duplicate and crop.

 


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