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Author: pheck | Website: http://www.stanford.edu/~pme

Motion Blur

This tutorial will teach you how to make the following flash file. But this tutorial is mainly about photoshop, and how to integrate photoshop with flash for powerful presentations.

Specifically, this tutorial will teach you how to make the motion blur effect. To do this, you need to have photoshop, or similar photo editing software, to make a blurred bitmap.

If you've created the image you want to blur in flash, select your image, then go to "file" and "export image." Saving as a jpg is fine. High res is fine as well (doesn't matter for this step). I have selected 300 dpi. Don't worry if surrounding things are included; you can crop these out in photoshop.

» Level Intermediate

Added: 2001-11-26
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