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TV Ads using Flash

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02-16-2009, 12:02 PM
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728x90, 300x250 and 160x600 are amongst the most popular flash TV ads online around at the moment.

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Originally Posted by Andrew K View Post
Hey Matt, 728 x 576 (pal) 30 frames per sec RGB colours...
What about HD or Widescreen TV's? Make any difference to the specs or how its done?

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Originally Posted by rochow View Post
Is this possible?
man, with a PC and the proper tools absolutely anything is possible.

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Originally Posted by rochow View Post
What about HD or Widescreen TV's? Make any difference to the specs or how its done?
Yes, you need to export to .AVI and ratio 16:9

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Originally Posted by Bannaz View Post
Yes, you need to export to .AVI and ratio 16:9
Would you create two separate ads, or the 1, however the normal one gets cutoff while the wide gets all the picture?

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They are using video format and fix 400 resolution.

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I wasn't sure if it is possible to make video in Flash, that is good for TV until I got to do one (it was some video editing and I got it by kind of accident =) and until saw it on screen during festival.

I didn't know how it will look like on big screen so I was scarred in front of all that people siting in audinece but anyway, even if it sucks noone there did know that I am author =)

So Yes, you can do video for TV in Flash.

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find some video player opensource or free may solve your question

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I did a commersial once.

The trick was to export all the frames as images for achieving best quality, the video guys manage the rest in compiling the images into a video. Sorely the QuickTime output was terrible.

Another thing to keep in mind about that was "KEEP IT SIMPLE" I used cycles and counters for pausing and random movements and had to rework to a simple single-timeline animation because on export these parts were just missing.

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you can try out flash for advertising in tv it will be realistic then other softwares.

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