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Printing in Flash
rgb to cmyk?
kingkelly

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Msg#: 464 posted 9:02 pm on Nov 7, 2002 (gmt 0)

I have a lot of things i need to print for my portfolio, and most were made in flash. I can easily export to Illustrator, but thats annoying. I want to be able to change the colors into CMYK in flash.

Flash only has an RGB palette, and i was wondering if i could import a CMYK palette?

 

BlobFisk

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Msg#: 464 posted 11:28 am on Nov 8, 2002 (gmt 0)

AFAIK Kingkelly this is not possible.

Flash is primarily used for developing animations etc. for the web - web based colours work on the RGB system and as yet, I don't think that Macromedia have any plans to incorporate CYMK support.

Sorry!

korkus2000

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Msg#: 464 posted 5:22 pm on Nov 11, 2002 (gmt 0)

Here is Macromedias take on it.
[macromedia.com...]
Macromedia Flash was never designed to see a printing press. On the other hand, FreeHand was. It's likely that you'll be designing comps in FreeHand that may be intended ultimately for print and the web.

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