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Is there a way to disable filtering on GIFs in Macromedia Flash MX 2004
I am aware that this is somewhat random, but Google wasn't much of a help on this one, I stopped trying to animate with Sprites on Flash since the version that Adobe had shut down the servers too and gave out free serial keys for, MX 2004, used what I'm assuming is bilinear filtering on animated GIFs, making the sprites look blurry, I could do it without GIFs and it would work just fine, but using GIFs just makes the whole process so much faster. I'm looking for a way to use filtering by nearest neighbor, which won't anti-aliase any of the GIFs.
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