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Images sir i want to know how to import any single image of any thing for example i want to import a plane image in macromedia flash which is saved in jpeg, or bitmap format in any of file or drive and i don't want the background of that planes image in my flash work space just want the plane so tha i can animate it. please answer my question. and also how to genrate any camera view to show any of image from each side in flash

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If you want to import any image, it has to be saved with a transparent background, like a (.gif or .png) image.. for example if you have an image i.e plane.jpeg you need to open it in an image editing software like adobe photoshop and delete the background save the image as plane.png and import the plane.png to flash. You can edit the picture in flash also to remove the background.. but the process is not easy and its time consuming. so try that workaround like i said before let us know if it worked.

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