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Is there no way to render a specific scene in Animate?   For example: If I have 5 scenes but I just want to animate 1 of these.

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render a specific scene

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Is there no way to render a specific scene in Animate?   For example: If I have 5 scenes but I just want to animate 1 of these.

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save your fla with a namge, eg, name.flv

re-save it with a different name, eg or name_withonescene.fla

delete the unwanted, at least, for now scenes > publish

save it if desired.  delete unwanted duplicate, if there is one.

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Um....so I guess the answer to my question is "no".

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the answer is your question isn't clear because your question isn't clear.  read message 3 and see if that does what you want.

if it doesn't explain your question more clearly.

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As I said... "I have 5 scenes but I just want to animate 1 of these."    << what's so difficult to understand?

Testing the scene doesn't do what I require.   I need to render an .MOV.

I'll break it down into points.     Tell me which point confuses you.

  • I have a .FLA file with 5 scenes
  • I'd like to render ONE of those scenes.   Only one scene.    By itself.    Not with the other 4.

I don't know how to make the question more moron-proof.

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then why doesn't message 1 answer your question (except instead of "publish", "export video")?

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"Message 1"   (I assume that means your first answer) doesn't address the question.    It's a solution, sure.   A work around.  But it's sloppy and inefficient.

In addition, neither Publishing or Exporting Video gives you any sort of specific Scene rendering options.

Again, the answer to the original question is "no".   Fine.    

Let's both move on with our lives.

Ticket closed.

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It's because render is a very broad concept in Animate CC. Published apps/games are also rendered.

You should've said that you wanted to export one single scene as a video file.

Anyway, it's not possible to export a single scene as a video by default but that doesn't mean that this task is impossible.

There's a custom extension that does just what you want:

Exporting Selected Scene as Video

Please let us know if you have any questions on how to use it or if you find any bug.

Regards,

JC

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HTML5, JSFL, and AS3 samples: http://bit.ly/2mJgDoG

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Hi.

Go to Control > Test Scene (Ctrl/Cmd + Alt + Enter/Return).

Regards,

JC

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HTML5, JSFL, and AS3 samples: http://bit.ly/2mJgDoG

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