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Author: V. Ramraj | Website: http://www.geocities.com/ramraj_1999

Open Flash 5. Double click the label in the time line reading 12 fps.

You will get a Movies properties dialog box.

Now change Frame Rate to 30 fps. Change the dimensions to the required amounts. Change Background Color to Black. This gives a neat effect. Click Ok.

Frame Rate controls the speed of the movie. It specifies how many frames of the movie must be played in one second. But this is not reliable. Although the flash player tries to reach the given frame rate, it never does. So even if we give 30 fps, it will never reach 30 fps. But it will still run faster than 12 fps.
» Level Intermediate

Added: 2003-04-03
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Living in India, going to High school. What else?
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