MCTE V3 Pixelate
Important note: This pattern is only available for purchase within the V3 Components pack which includes MCTE, Accordion Panel, Accordion Tree Menu, Drop Down Tree Menu, Color Picker Pro, Loader Pro and XML Slide Show (All V3, both AS2 and AS3).
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AboutThe Pixelate MCTE Pattern enables users to create pixelate flash transitions. The Pixelate pattern can be used on both static images/movieclips and dynamic content to create show/hide transitions. It can also be used as a transition effect for Loader Pro V3.
Important! In order to use all these included MCTE V3 patterns, you need to have the MCTE V3 component too, since it is the component that handles the transitions, you can purchase MCTE V3 here. Also you may want to order the Loader Pro V3 too, along with the MCTE and these patterns.
CompatibilityActionScript: 2.0, 3.0
Flash IDE: Flash 8, Flash CS3
FlashPlayer: FlashPlayer 8, FlashPlayer 9
Working with Custom PatternsThe MCTE internal API allows us to further develop and sell patterns separately, all you have to do in order to use them as patterns for the MCTE instances, is to drag them inside your project library and use their name as values for the customPattern parameter of the MCTE.
As stated before, we sell patterns that are not initially included inside the MCTE. You can purchase those patterns without the MCTE, but they will be useless without it.
We also do develop patterns for direct customers, who want a special custom developed pattern for a specific transition. In order to get a custom developed pattern just send us an email.
Pixelate Pattern Description
Supports show/hide (A) transitions. Working with Loader Pro V3, supports MCTE and MCTEfade loader transitionTypes.
The gain parameter represents the maximum size of the pixel, the last state of the hide type transition and the first state in the show type transition.
Use the Loader Pro V3 and create stunning slide shows with the pixelate effect.
In order to use this transition with the loader, you can use MCTE to pixelate over the previous image, or MCTE fade to pixelate out and in, from the previous image to the next image.
The pixelate has no presets but the default one.