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  • Rod Duarte

    November 23, 2018 at 12:22 am

    Ok this thread is funny, it’s just me talking to myself but…

    Sorted.

    Just had to actually “Publish” from Animate. Picked SVG format.

  • Rod Duarte

    November 23, 2018 at 12:03 am

    Update.

    Illustrator sees the layers as TIFFs if I do it this way, so it’s rasterizing the images… which defeats the purpose of using vectors.

    GAH. HELP

  • Rod Duarte

    November 22, 2018 at 11:39 pm

    I’ve figured it out, so to help others, here’s what I did:

    Installed Animate CC
    Created a new project
    Imported SWF into stage
    Clicked each layer, copy
    Paste inside Illustrator
    Voila

    It’s annoying having to reposition them to recreate the original drawing but hey.

  • Rod Duarte

    August 8, 2018 at 2:00 am

    Dude, I think this will do it.

    Not perfect but a BIG improvement!!!
    Thank you very much my man!

  • Rod Duarte

    August 7, 2018 at 12:20 am

    Hey, thanks for chiming in man!!

    This sounds like it could work.
    But, droplets are a mac thing aren’t they?

    So here’s a file as per your request.

    Thanks again, offering to actually test it is so nice of you!

  • Rod Duarte

    August 4, 2018 at 4:11 pm

    I guessed that much…
    But, the folders are just icing on the cake.
    If I can at least get PS to export all the layers in all the sizes, with the right names for each, I’ll be happy already.

    Any idea how to do it?

  • Rod Duarte

    June 28, 2018 at 4:15 pm

    Actually I think your way is easier. Thank you Dave! You da man.

  • Rod Duarte

    June 28, 2018 at 4:14 pm

    Hmm. Maybe saving the project with the intro and ending and a “hole” in between, then when I do them, I open that one, “Save As” and then just do the edit in between? (I have a fixed duration too)

    Hmmmmmm

  • Rod Duarte

    May 14, 2018 at 2:49 am

    Get off calling me lazy do ya?

    Dude no. A lazy guy would hire someone or a company, to do all of this. And I COULD.

    But no, I learn and do it all myself and try to solve the problems. On hardware that I built too. Lazy doesn’t even come close. It’s about using my time effectively.

    On that note, the time I use to argue with you here is definitely time I should use somewhere else. Like for instance checking out that Render Garden the other, MUCH more helpful, polite and always useful Dave suggested, thank you very much Dave! Here’s to more people like you.

  • Rod Duarte

    May 13, 2018 at 7:59 pm

    I could have, and I did.

    That is not the point though. Here’s a couple scenarios for ya:

    – This machine is a gaming machine. It doesn’t have the proper guts for AE. So I’m at the point where I have to render overnight, just to see it’s not what I wanted the next day and I have to re-do it and re-export. Not fun. Meaning I’ll have to get a dedicated workstation machine soon, meaning that’s another full plugin install, and again for every subsequent ones I get. Just not professional.

    – I collab with someone and they don’t have the same plugins. Nightmare.

    – Render farms. If a new machine still doesn’t render fast enough by itself I’ll have to move up to render farming. This means for each render machine it’s a whole new installation of every plugin. Just no.

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