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|Flash Actionscript vs. tweening on slower machines|
Does actionscript make a slow computer render a flash movie slower?
As far as using actionscript over tweening for movement, etc. I know that actionscripting can reduce the file sizes considerably.
However, can actionscript use up a lot of resources on an older, slower computer, therefore making tweening the preferred method?
Can actionscript overwhelm a system's resources and crash an older machine (or even a newer machine that's severely-multitasking like mine is right now)?
Can anyone give me insight about this? Taking file size, % of slow-machine owners, etc. into account.
I did a couple of presentations -laptop and had to rely on clients PC's and yes both animation via graphical manipulation/AS brought their systems to a crawl.
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