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  1. Thanks again for your help. Importing raw vector animation to AE for compositing is so much cleaner this way. And, goodbye to folders full of PNG sequences! If I remember, I'll try to update this thread with a result. In case some one wonders why the vectors don't seem to preserve after importing an SWF: you must toggle the switch on the SWF layer for continuously rasterize. Read here
  2. Thanks for all the info! So, After Effects 8.0+ is needed to get the best result when importing .SWF files? And it is possible in After Effects 7.0 and below, but may have problems? I'll take this onboard, and let you know how it went. Daveglanz, I would usually do something like your suggestion but I really need the vector info inside AE. Cheers.
  3. Hi. I am animating hand drawn character silhouettes traditionally in Flash. I want to export these layers in a format that retains the vector information for use in After effects, so that zooming and scaling does not pixelate. Can anyone offer any advice on the best way to do achieve this? Do I need to export each layer from Flash as a solid with the animation as the mask? Or is there a plugin/method that can batch the frames in an appropriate format? Thanks for your help!
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