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Old November 16th, 2013 (6:26 PM).
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    I've been animating for a year now and found some decent tutorials but I keep getting crappy quality animations just asking What is the Perfect Dimension for Flash CS3 that will make your exported AVI/WMV/MOV to a better one wit perfect quality?
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    Old November 17th, 2013 (9:06 PM).
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      From memory in CS3 I think you can export via QuickTime via one of the File -> Export options. Can you advise what export settings you're using at the moment?
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      Old November 18th, 2013 (1:23 AM).
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        From memory in CS3 I think you can export via QuickTime via one of the File -> Export options. Can you advise what export settings you're using at the moment?
        Dunno I never checked it out...... There were no tutorials I found focusing on Export options... Lazy me.
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        Old November 20th, 2013 (8:35 AM).
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          OK I just had a play with my Flash CS5 and these were the export options I could find:

          Regarding resolution/dimensions this is set based on your project dimensions:


          Press QuickTime settings and this window pops-up, you can set Video and Audio compression settings:


          Video settings in more detail:


          For compression type since you're aiming for a video file I suggest H264, this is the most efficient video codec out of that list. Have a tweak of the quality settings.

          Bear in mind I'm uncertain if CS3 have the same settings, should be similar though!
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          Old November 21st, 2013 (1:56 AM).
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            Oh I don't have Quicktime installed....
            And those windows of the pictures you have I really can't see 'em in CS3.....
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