I just got to do a website redesign for a local low budget tv show. They have a new logo that's animated in a Sony product (I think it might be Imageworks, but I don't want to bother them again to ask).
Has anyone ever had any experience with this? Is there a way of converting or saving as a .fla file or will I have to reproduce the logo in Flash?
The folks at the tv show don't seem too concerned with it. They've given me a .jpg which I can use for now and in September we'll be able to see the animated image on their show once the new season starts. Then, recreate it from scratch in Flash.
If it's Sony Imageworks, the only conversion program I can find is one that costs $169. I'll just make the logo from scratch in Flash unless anyone knows of a free conversion software. Unfortunatly I don't know the file type it's currently in, just that it's by Sony.
you should ask them if they can convert the logo into another format. Ie QuickTime Mov or a mpg file or something. Once you have it in a "standard" you could use Sorenson Squeeze or a comparable program to convert it.