Defines the rendering quality level used for the target flash element.
A string value that specifies the target flash element rendering quality.
The following values are valid for this property.
- "low": favors playback speed over appearance and never uses anti-aliasing.
- "autolow": emphasizes speed at first but improves appearance whenever possible. Playback begins with anti-aliasing turned off. If Flash Player detects that the processor can handle it, anti-aliasing is turned on.
- "autohigh": emphasizes playback speed and appearance equally at first but sacrifices appearance for playback speed if necessary. Playback begins with anti-aliasing turned on. If the actual frame rate drops below the specified frame rate, anti-aliasing is turned off to improve playback speed.
- "medium": applies some anti-aliasing and does not smooth bitmaps. It produces a better quality than the "low" option, but lower quality than the "high" option.
- "high": favors appearance over playback speed and always applies anti-aliasing. If the movie does not contain animation, bitmaps are smoothed; if the movie has animation, bitmaps are not smoothed.
- "best": provides the best display quality and does not consider playback speed. All output is anti-aliased and all bitmaps are smoothed.
// Inserting a new flash element at the current cursor position var args = new ASPxClientHtmlEditorInsertFlashCommandArguments(htmlEditor); args.allowFullscreen = false; args.autoPlay = true; args.enableFlashMenu = false; args.loop = false; args.quality = "best"; args.src = "/Content/SampleFlash.swf"; htmlEditor.ExecuteCommand(args.GetCommandName(), args);