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Adobe Flash Professional CS5 : Importing Graphics - Importing Photoshop and Illustrator Files

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Flash includes support for importing Adobe Photoshop (.psd) files and Adobe Illustrator files created in versions 6 through 10. When these files are imported, there are a number of options you can choose from. Before you import Photoshop and Illustrator files, you need to set import options in the Preferences dialog box. For Illustrator files, you can also specify whether you want to show an import dialog box where you can set import settings for specific parts of an Illustrator file. The options you set are applied to all Illustrator and Photoshop files when you import them into Flash. However, you can change options in the import dialog box. Some options in the Import dialog box are context-sensitive; that is, they only appear if they are relevant to the imported file. The import options are similar between Illustrator and Photoshop; when they differ, the options are noted.

Import a Photoshop or Illustrator File

Click the File menu, point to Import, and then click Import To Stage or Import To Library.

  • Open and select the library where you want to import files.

Click the Show popup (Mac) or Files Of Type (Win), and then select Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator or All Image Formats.

Navigate to the drive or folder where the file is located.

Select the Photoshop or Illustrator file you want to import.

Click Import (Mac) or Open (Win).

Flash inserts the image file or displays an import dialog box for files, where you can specify options for the specific files. If the Import dialog box opens, continue.

Did You Know?

You can import an Illustrator EPS or PDF using Illustrator CS4 or later. Open the file in Adobe Illustrator CS4 or later, save it as a CS4-compatible AI file, and then import into Flash as an AI file.

To generate a list of items from Illustrator now compatible with Flash, click Incompatibility Report.

Select the check boxes with the elements you want to import, select each element and set the related options you want; you may need to ungroup elements.

Click the Convert Layers To list arrow, and then click.

  • Flash Layers. Click this option to convert the layers in the imported file into corresponding layers in the Flash Timeline.

  • Keyframes. Click this option to convert the layers in the imported file into consecutive keyframes.

  • Single Flash Layer. Click this option to flatten the layers in the imported file onto a single layer in Flash.

Select from the following options:

  • Place At Original Position. Select to maintain the same positions from Illustrator or Photoshop to Flash.

  • Set Stage Size To Same Size As. Select to set the Flash Stage to the same size as the Illustrator artboard or Photoshop canvas.

  • Import As Unused Symbols (AI). Select to import AI symbols not used as instances as unused symbols in Flash.

  • Import As A Single Bitmap Image (AI). Select to convert into a bitmap.

Specify the compression and quality settings you want (PSD).

Click OK.
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