I’ve windows 7 64bit 9GB ram, quad core and I can export every format but the SWF properly, after upgrading to Animate Pro 3. To confuse matters even more, any file I previously created in Animate Pro 2, but saved as an Animate Pro 3 file now, can be still be exported to SWF just fine, no matter the length of the project. I can also export the same troubled projects, to movie (MOV) and it’s just fine!
However, I just created a new project, native to Animate Pro 3, and I have a quick puppet animation with less than 10 drawing objects in the whole project, and only transparency and glow effects at a maximum (not too complicated). When I export to SWF, if the scene length is over 150 frames, it will crash Animate each time. This project is 500 frames, but if I cut the project to exactly 150 frames, then it will export to SWF (but obviously I want my 500 framed project to come out). If I cut the scene length to 151frames, CRASH! The images go through the “rendering scene” phase, but after it says “exporting drawings”, gets to 29% then crashes. If I lessen the length of the scene, it gets to maybe 37% then crashes.
In a previous version of this project, with no modules, no coloring, just 3 drawings stacked in hierarchical form, with 500 frames, it also crashes during this process. I cut it to 150 frames, it exports, but if I make it 151 frames, it crashes on exporting drawings!
This seems to happen only to files created fresh in animate Pro 3 not the ones I made in Animate Pro 2 and converted to Animate Pro 3.