Turn any font into a pixelfont giving crisp appearance in Macromedia Flash.
BrothersoftEditor: With FontFlasher, our pixelfont creator, you can turn any font into a pixelfont giving crisp appearance in Macromedia Flash.
Macromedia Flash uses TrueType fonts, but in smaller sizes, these fonts can look fuzzy (see example at right). FontFlasher converts almost any format font into a pixelfonts - crisp outline fonts that simulate bitmaps. This improves legibility of screen text in small font sizes.
Text rendered with a pixelfont made from the same font as above using FontFlasher.
Six easy steps:
-First select a font to convert to a pixelfont.
-Choose the pixel size for your font.
-Select a codepage for your font or Unicode to convert all characters (requires Windows XP).
-Save your font in FontLab format (.vfb).
-Use the Pixel tool in FontLab Studio to edit your glyphs (requires installed Python interpreter).
-Generate your TrueType font in FontLab, and you're done!