Yeah saw it, it’s great but all we need is better batteries
Also don’t forget to notice what actionscript version the file is using before purchasing it.
Hope that helps.
By the way the car configurator was amazing. Not able to do that with HTML10 ….
When I told you they would do that you said they would never do it. Ha!
Never had issues with paypal, although others did. I am sure the same applies for moneybookers too.
No actually it’s a static image, styled in photoshop. I just add some rays and stuff on top of it on After Effects, then export at same size. I can email you the AE file if you like to check it out.
Cool, thanks. About the noise, do you mean adding it on the main jpg on Photoshop? Also, yes the main image is looking good, only after the rendering it looks a little pixelated.
After a little more playing around, I was able to bring it down to 145kb! I used H.264 and mp4 render settings. The only problem I see is the image of the logo looks a bit pixelated, no matter what settings I use.
Also, if there are any better render settings let me know!
Hey again guys. So I am making an animated logo for a website header and although the result is nice, the size came out at 1mb. I suppose this is a big size for a logo, are there any tricks or tips you could share that will reduce the output size without major quality drops?
This is how I created it:
1) Create the text and styles in Photoshop(would it be better to do that in After Effects? Would it reduce the size?)
2) Load the image in the AE project
3) Add couple of videos I found on the web that fit the project(I think these take the most size output, the main video file is 26mb 720p, but I have resized them)
4) Export as FLV +Alpha, with best quality – 1280 bitrate(was default), frame rate is 29.97
5) Import the video ontop of an SWF file that has an animation I want to use.
That’s it, let me know of any ideas on the topic
Yeah that’s the effect I am after. I was just looking for something more realistic/professional than the one I would create
But yeah, thanks for the advise!