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JSFL Image Loop Creator

Introduction: Okay, this one is just practical. Here's a nice tool for creating film loops of any kind of pictures (no science necessary *wink*).

We hope you have enjoyed visiting during Blogathon 2006. We have enjoyed creating and posting these little visualization snippets (and we hope you have used that pledge link down below to support this type of work). Many thanks to our Blogathon team (Kristin, Stacey, Edwin and myself), to those who created the animations (Kristin Henry, Edwin Heijmen, Stacey Mulcahy, Mike Johnson, Paul Ortchanian, and our special guest, Keith Peters), to our those who have donated, and to those who have just visited.

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Author: Stacey Mulcahy
Author's comments: The last thing I am, is an animator. So when I can automate something, I do. I can't begin to tell you how many times I've had to create a film loop of images fading in and out. So I created a JSFL command for it. Install the extension and open the fla. Run the command from the commands menu and it should generate a loop of images for you in a movieclip. You can define what folder the command should look for in the library for the images, how many keyframes the image should be on the stage for and how many frames it should take to fade out.




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