How to Convert a PSD to an SWF
When you install Adobe Photoshop, a copy of Adobe ImageReady is installed to your computer by default. Adobe ImageReady enables you to convert an Adobe Photoshop image (PSD) to a Shockwave Flash (SWF) file from within Photoshop, so there's no need to install or use third-party conversion tools. The purpose of ImageReady is to provide users with a tool to quickly and easily convert Adobe files between various media editing applications without requiring additional software.
Things You'll Need
- Adobe Photoshop
Open the PSD file in Adobe Photoshop.
Click the “Edit in ImageReady” icon in the Toolbox palette. The ImageReady icon is the button with a picture of a butterfly at the bottom right corner of the toolbox. The ImageReady interface opens.
Click the “File” option on the top navigation bar, and then click “Export.”
Click the “Flash SWF” option. The Export to Flash dialog box opens.
Click the “Format” drop-down box and then click “Lossless-32.”
Check the checkbox in front of the “Preserve Appearance” option and then click “OK.” The PSD file is exported to an SWF file with the same name.