|Oct 10, 2012, 11:15 AM||#1|
AE CS6 export SWF fails
Not sure if anyone else is having this problem. Build a file in AE CS6 which includes a few motion effects on type and images. Short at 8 secs and not to crazy. When I go to export it to a SWF, it renders it but the end result is that it does not actually create the SWF. All I get is a blank SWF. Never shows an error. I have tried ignore and rasterizing the images to no avail. It will render as a .mov no problem. As soon as I remove the images it will export a SWF no problem. Add the images back into it and I get a blank SWF again. I still have CS5 AE and use the same file in it and it exports the SWF just fine.
Have tried many work arounds but usually makes the file size to big to use. Also does not matter if image files are png, jpg, tiff, etc. If I import the .mov file back in and export to SWF it works but file way to big to use.
I am not asking for a fix or work around, as I stated I still have CS5 AE and can use that for now. But would like to be able to use CS6 version.
Have also contacted Adobe in regards to this and am waiting for a call back in regards to this. So was just curious if it is just me or if others are coming across this problems as well.
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