Rotating image

I want to create a Christmas eCard with a rotating bauble.
Can anyone suggest a way to do this or a tutorial to follow?

David Stiller just clued me in to what a "bauble" is :p
Ok - a rotating ornament - usually this requires a 3D program
if you need to be very realistic -
then export and import into flash as an image sequence.
But if all you have is flash you can "fake" the effect by
sliding a graphic through a mask in the
shape of a circle - much like a rotating globe.
I don't have a tutorial online but I do include one in my
book (How to Cheat in Adobe Flash). I
can't post the page online but I will provide the source
file:
http://www.mudbubble.com/flash/globe.fla
hope this help.
Chris Georgenes
Adobe Community Expert
www.mudbubble.com
www.keyframer.com
www.howtocheatinflash.com
Vic C wrote:
> I want to create a Christmas eCard with a rotating
bauble. Can anyone suggest a way to do this or a tutorial to
follow?

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