How To Properly Export Quicktime in Flash CS4
*Please note that this brief tutorial is based on my own, personal experience on how to export quicktime to Flash CS4. If you have any questions or comments, write them below this post.
Before reading on, please make sure that you have upgraded your Flash version with the latest hotfix: http://bit.ly/iiXm0.
As I looked across the web, I realized there weren’t any real good tutorials on how to export linear, Flash-based animations in quicktime – and properly – for Flash CS4. So, after a lot of rummaging and trial-and-error, I came up with the “correct” settings.
File > Export > Export Movie… > Save > Quicktime Settings
UPDATE: Here are some further solutions, some from forums, and some from of our fellow visitors.
Mark Notton: I can’t say will work in every circumstance. But my problem would be that when I had an object leave the stage, or a standard tween animation would end… the movie-clip would stick and jump a few frames. My solution: import the original .swf file directly into After Effects, then render it. As silly and as simply as it sounds, that corrected any frame jumping I was experiencing.