Reference: Learn how to code Flash filter parameter settings.

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Step Four: Reference for Flash Filter Parameter Settings

For each filter you will need to play with the parameters (settings) to get the effect that you require. The filter is controlled by the section between the parenthesis (Brackets). This is the parameters that I have used for the Glow filter:

(0x000066,.7,9,9 3 3,true,false)

The rest of this tutorial is reference pages for the parameter settings for each filters as illustrated in the Flash Movies used in this tutorial. It is not necessary to read in full but rather look up the parameters of individual filters as needed. If you want more in depth information about a particular filter look up at the specific tutorial for that filter.

Quick Links:    
Bevel Filter:
Info on Parameters Full Tutorial
Blur Filter:
Info on Parameters Full Tutorial
Drop Shadow Filter:
Info on Parameters Full Tutorial
Glow Filter:
Info on Parameters Full Tutorial
Gradient Bevel Filter:
Info on Parameters Full Tutorial
Gradient Glow Filter:
Info on Parameters Full Tutorial
Color Matrix Filter:
Info on Parameters Full Tutorial

Important Cross Ref: This tutorial only briefly describes how to apply the parameter settings. If you are not familiar with this I suggest that you return here after first reading the tutorial: Creating Filters with ActionScript

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