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Colors shift once imported from JPEG to Adobe Flash program?

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FOOLY
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In Photoshop, my JPEG image is CMYK. Once imported to Flash, the colors change to become brighter and more saturated. How can I stop this, or what am I doing wrong?

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JasonHippy
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I think only RGB is supported in Flash (or ARGB for formats like .png), so you might need to create a copy of your CMYK image and convert it to RGB or ARGB in Photoshop and perhaps tweak it a bit to match the original if there are any massive differences in colour, before importing the converted and tweaked image into your flash file!

Otherwise, if converting from CMYK doesn't work particularly well, perhaps forgo using CMYK altogether and stick to creating images for flash using RGB/ARGB?

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JasonHippy`s suggestion here is right. Just try it that way. Your image should be RGB.

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