I know 31 or 33 frames per second was optimal for AS2 but is it faster in AS3? It seems you can get away with 60 fps everything is smooth
hmmm interesting ive found that i havnt really needed anything higher than like 20 is this a bad practise i have always found that it was smooth and kept the processing speed fairly high.
For time sensitive applications I’ve been setting my fps to 100 and timing my animation separately from the frameRate. Seems to work well. Flash isn’t going to freak out and crash your browser because of a high frameRate, it will only run as fast as it can, so if you set the frame rate up really high, it will usually max out at 50fps or so.