Re: [Flashcoders] Re: Fast color-transformation over MovieClip with cacheAsBitmap

2009-06-21 Thread Juan Pablo Califano
Something to try out:

Wrap background_mc in another movieclip, let's call it wrapper_mc (or
whatever you feel like). Now, set cacheAsBitmap to true in background_mc
(the inner mc), but not in wrapper_mc, and appy the transformation to
wrapper_mc (the outter mc).

Sounds like it should work, though I haven't tried it.

Cheers
Juan Pablo Califano
2009/6/18 Pavel Repkin pavel.rep...@gmail.com

 Primary because it's hard to track cumulative scale changes from the
 containers up the tree.
 It seems I have to workaround this problem and write my own bitmap-caching
 based on BitmapData. Thanks!

 On Tue, Jun 9, 2009 at 6:15 PM, Ruy Adorno r...@lesite.ca wrote:

  Why don't you create a BitmapData from the original background and apply
  the light on this new bitmapdata which even yourself said it's faster.
 Then,
  everytime the stage is resized you can just create another BitmapData
 from
  the original background.
  This is not really a solution, but seems a nice and fast workaround.
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Re: [Flashcoders] Re: Fast color-transformation over MovieClip with cacheAsBitmap

2009-06-18 Thread Pavel Repkin
Primary because it's hard to track cumulative scale changes from the
containers up the tree.
It seems I have to workaround this problem and write my own bitmap-caching
based on BitmapData. Thanks!

On Tue, Jun 9, 2009 at 6:15 PM, Ruy Adorno r...@lesite.ca wrote:

 Why don't you create a BitmapData from the original background and apply
 the light on this new bitmapdata which even yourself said it's faster. Then,
 everytime the stage is resized you can just create another BitmapData from
 the original background.
 This is not really a solution, but seems a nice and fast workaround.
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[Flashcoders] Re: Fast color-transformation over MovieClip with cacheAsBitmap

2009-06-09 Thread Pavel Repkin
One week has gone, there is no answer, I'm in despair :(
If you think there is no way to apply the color transfromation to cached
bitmap, just write it.
Thanks!
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Re: [Flashcoders] Re: Fast color-transformation over MovieClip with cacheAsBitmap

2009-06-09 Thread Ruy Adorno
Why don't you create a BitmapData from the original background and apply 
the light on this new bitmapdata which even yourself said it's faster. 
Then, everytime the stage is resized you can just create another 
BitmapData from the original background.

This is not really a solution, but seems a nice and fast workaround.
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