This page helps you create a fading effect of a sequence having up to 10 digital images.
This simple but popular technique is commonly known as the cross-dissolve transition effect in traditional
digital video and film. Its use can be very effective for web applications to deliver your message and
capture attention where space or bandwidth is limited.
The Linux-based ActionScripting engine behind this page generates the graphic file in industry standard Flash
swf format that is supported by most modern browsers, and is compatible to all Flash player versions.
All you need to do is to supply the images and set the duration and transition time and the final Flash file
is generated including appropriate HTML codes with just one click. You do not need to know Flash or its
scripting language. You do not have to use any traditional desktop Flash tools to create this effect.
For best results, all images should have the same size (identical width and height). If an image is smaller
or larger than the referenced width and height, depending upon the quality of the images, artifacts may become
visible if any image scaling is produced.
The following Flash image demonstrates this effect with five small sample images.
The duration of each image is set at 3 seconds and the transition time is 5 seconds,
You can specify up to ten different images to create this Flash animation effect.
Images can be stored in either .gif, .jpg or .png format. Only .gif and .png format support
6. Number of images
7. Enter the URL of your images or leave blank to use the following default images for testing your
parameter settings. Use this option if you want to add Flash effects to your web site contents.
A valid URL has the form http://www.yourdomain.com/yourimage.jpg.