Animate cc warnings of timeline scenes prior to export to video Media Encoder. My animation timeline looks good the way I drew it. Animation video out of ME is missing many scenes.
Example, one of several similar warnings: duplicate label, scene=scene 1, layer=final_line, frame 2275, label= rain cloud. How to correct in Animate so I can export and publish my video in ME to look like my timeline animation. Thank you. fco.
Do you have any ActionScript in your timeline? Can you make sure that no frame label name is used in two places?
I reviewed my four minute Animate timelime animation project for the duplicates and either deleted them or renamed differently. Then cleaned up some of my layers. I had five layers with animation, background drawings or color panels. I moved art work around and deleted two layers. I exported to video media and ME published a quick time mp4. It still produced a movie without some color backgrounds or missing drawings similar to the first movie. I'd like to resolve this issue because the timeline layers and screen images in Animate on my computer look the way I designed it. I don't know what I'm doing wrong and there was no warning by Animate before exporting to ME. If it's helpful, I can share a portion, say one minute of the quictime movie produced by ME and the same short section of a screen dub of my Animate screen and timeline that's on my computer. Maybe the issue and resolution will be more recognizable to the trained eye. Thank you. Francisco
Do try making a very short version of the animation, just enough to show the problem. Then put that small FLA online somewhere that I can give it a try.
I don't know why they don't get through. What I had in mind was that you could use a service such as wetransfer.com, then reply with the link that you are given. If you do try wetransfer.com, it initially will give an email option, but click on the three blue dots, and then you can get a link instead.
You don't have to register or sign in to use wetransfer.com. Agree to their condintions, and use the free version.
I have the file, and the MP4 exports without errors, and looking the same as it does when tested as a SWF.
If you were expecting the purple and green backgrounds to be visible, they won't be, because you have that layer set to be a guide layer. Here's the exported video if I set that layer to be a normal layer:
Fixed or corrected. Muchisimas Gracias Señor Colin. I was able to change the guide layer to normal. I wasn't familiar with that feature so I don't know how it was set to guide in the first place. Exported movie to ME and quicktime video produced correctly and to my satisfaction. Thank you. best wishes