This page helps you create a realistic fire effect. The fire generation technique is based
on the hue-saturation-luminosity color model. Multiple random blur filters are applied to the base color
area to create many variations of realistic fire and flame patterns.
There are many parameters you can define to customize the look and feel of the flames of your fire.
From the basic width and height of the fire to the flame strength, density, hue, and soft focus pattern.
You can also leave all parameters at their default values and generate the fire effect animation with just one click.
All demo fire effects are designed at 240 by 80 pixels. This effect is processor intensive so for large
fire image, it is recommended that you create the fire at smaller resolution and let the Flash player
scale up the image. You can specify higher frame rate for smoother animation of the fire effect. The Linux-based
ActionScripting engine behind this page generates the graphic file in industry standard Flash swf format that
is supported by most modern browsers, and is compatible to all Flash player versions.
Click here for more samples of different fire effect settings.
These samples illustrate how to use the parameters correctly to configure your fire and flame effect. You can then
generate the fire effect quickly from many predefined settings before applying your minor adjustments.
The parameters are self-explanatory. If you do not understand its meaning, change its value and see how it affects
the fire and flame animation. The final Flash file is generated including appropriate HTML codes with just one click.
You do not need to know Flash or program its scripting language. You do not have to use any traditional desktop
Flash tools to create this effect.
The following Flash image demonstrates this fire effect.
here to see more samples of many possible variations by changing some simple parameters.