hahahaha danke! das ist genau das ding weshalb auch die vorher/nachher rubrik in zeitschriften immer so beliebt sind. wer traeumt nicht davon als normalo mal super schoen auszusehen? ich find das geil hahahahaha
This is very good work! Well done. I would like to help you with the swf issue, but i don't know much. Maybe the extract of the swf is different than the profile you use for the picture. For example, if your retouch picture is on AdobeRGB profile, and the swf extract on sRGB, then you have this problem. Again, i say i don't know, i just drop an hypothesis.
thank you so much! ok...i just checked my prefs in flash and couldn't find particular color profiles like there are in PS. i just have under "notes" (mine is in italian, so dont know how it's called in engl) some values to put for bitmap and resolution..... please help - i can smell you are a pro!
I don't think that i am a pro, but i can try to help you. The bitmap and resolution have nothing to do with the color tones. But i think there are some options for the movie that you can adjust the profiles. Also, you should check for the movie clip's options if there is something like profile (i assume that you convert your image, in a clip or button or something like that (i have to use flash for ages and i don't remember very well)). Although if nothing of these work, you can try to change the image profile,from PS, to something else. Also, try to save the image as a .bmp file, of .TIFF, or something else, and see if there is any difference!
thank you dear! can you explain to me how people add these icons on the right side of their comments? and above in the middle i have this love/joy/wow stats... i tried clicking the icons when i comment someone but they never appear. lol
thank you! well no hair struggling here...this is just copy & paste, masking, light and contrast. i struggle too when it comes to draw each and every hair O.O i use flash pro cs5 for the rollovers...u know why they change color?
If it's different colour in PS and the browser, you probably either didn't convert to srgb before saving it, or you stripped the jpg from the icc profile when saving it. There's no other excuse. Unless you're using an old MAC, I know they had some issues with supporting ICC until recently.
another thing I can think of, is when you're using the jpg to create .swf it dumps the icc, as it is irrelevant at that point (different file extension which doesn't support profiling). That would mean that the .swf is displayed with monitor rgb, which will vary with the pc you're viewing it on.
after your words ...another thing I can think of...I didnt understand a word LOL you are a crack! i just know that i save in jpeg...import to flash library...create action script 2 with the 2 images... ...btw...what is icc? i am such an ignorant in this
icc - international colour profile. It's a profile which is attached to a file. It defines the colour gamut. To keep it simple, you convert your files to sRGB if you're going to display them on the web before you save them. There's an option when saving jpg to include the ICC profile in the file. What it does, it tells the device which you're displaying on what colour gamut to use. This ensures the file looks the same (will vary with screen colour reproduction) across platforms, browsers, etc.
hmmm, today i saw this ICC option...was already checked by default. i guess it can't be that the problem. and i saved my last image today from adobeRGB converted to sRGB. at least the skin tone is the same as on the original. maybe i resolved?! if so....i owe you a coffee or so!! or u want llamas? everyone want llamas here hahahahah