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Adobe Flash Professional CS5 components are building blocks for creating rich PDF file, Flash preserves the same attributes as for pasted Illustrator artwork. Flash is Macromedia's powerful vector-based animation tool. Flash is the Unlike most Flash tutorials, this one is aimed specifically at the needs of journalists. Flash is a development tool that allows you to create animation and interactive . In Flash CS6, there are 3 methods for creating an animation sequence: classic.


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Lesson 2: Animation Basics. Learn the basic concepts and techniques of animating in Flash. Start by organizing your elements using scenes, layers, and library. Flash Tutorials - Technical and managerial tutorials shared by internet community. You can submit This tutorial guides you how to make e catalogue from pdf. EduTech Wiki contains introductory Flash and ActionScript tutorials for Flash Wiki books can be printed as PDF or be ordered as Print Books.

Just right-click control-click on a Mac in different places. Now select the Pencil tool. All the tools are identified by icons. These are the tool modifiers.

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The very last button affects the shapes you draw with the pencil, and the others are for color, line size, and line quality. With the pencil tool still selected, click that last button and select the Straighten option. If you are capable of drawing a perfectly straight line, you can skip this tool — and you might consider alerting Guinness.

The rest of us will need this modifier to help in the drawing of three connecting lines to form a triangle. Pretty good, eh? There are two arrow tools. They are used to select objects and modify them.

The hollow arrow Subselection tool is for selecting or modifying points on an object. Once you have selected a shape with an arrow tool, you can straighten or smooth it by clicking on one of the icons under Options on the tool panel. Or you can choose Optimize… under the Modify menu. You can access these arrow tools even if another tool is selected by clicking with the command key on Macintosh or control key on Windows.

Next, select this Paint Bucket icon. Pick your favorite color from the tool modifier below and click anywhere inside the triangle. See the pretty, colorful triangle? Double-click on one of the segments.

Hit the Delete key, and the outline will disappear, leaving you with a pure, triangular shape. Try clicking your mouse on any edge of the triangle and then dragging it.

This allows you to reshape the object. Select the Paintbrush tool and, using the same color as the triangle, paint along the triangle.

Select the triangle with the arrow tool. Choose the eraser and try the same thing. Select Edit and Undo a few times to revert to the original triangle shape. Remember, the number of undos available is defined under Preferences. Changing colors is no problem. With the triangle selected, go to the Swatches panel and select a different fill color or gradient.

Making the Moves with Symbols Look at the Timeline for your movie. Double-click on the field labeled Layer 1 and rename it Triangle. To give the triangle space to move, click on it and drag the entire shape to the left side of the Stage. Click on frame 20 to select it, and then choose Frame from the Insert menu. The background of these frames is gray to indicate that there is something on the stage for that range of frames, the triangle you created.

Delete the triangle and see how the timeline changes. Now select command-Z control-Z on Windows to undo your delete and bring back the triangle. The Frame Indicator can now move within those 20 frames, but nothing changes in the Stage area because all the frames except the first are blank.

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In Flash, a blank frame inherits whatever is defined in the Keyframe before it, and you can create as many blank frames as you like without affecting the file size of the movie. Select the sixth frame.

The Stage area should remain the same, but now another division appears in the Timeline with another solid dot. Hit Enter on your keyboard to play the movie. Since both Keyframes are the same, nothing really happens, aside from the slider moving across the Timeline. To make something happen, click on the second Keyframe and then drag the triangle to a different location. Hit the Enter key again. What you see is animation: Symbols are an important concept in Flash. Not only do they make every Flash animation except shape morphing work, they keep Flash movies small.

We could duplicate the original triangle a bunch of times, or we could transform the triangle into one — and only one — simple symbol. You can then resize it, distort it, change its color or transparency, and place instances of that symbol wherever you like as many times as you like.

But the original symbol will still take up only one spot in the Library, and less memory is consumed. All symbols are stored in the Library. Choose Window and then Library to access the Library for this movie. Click on the first frame in the Timeline and then select the triangle you drew.

Choose Modify, then Convert to Symbol. As advertised, this maneuver will convert the triangle shape into a symbol. When the dialog box pops up, name the new symbol Triangle and select Graphic as its Behavior. You can now see it in the Library palette, which means you can place it into your movie wherever you like.

Click on the sixth frame or the second Keyframe. The presymbol triangle should still be sitting there. Delete it, then select the triangle on the Library palette.

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Do you see the guide art in the movie? This composite screen shot shows how you can choose Guide from the contextual menu, or set the type to Guide in the Layer Properties dialog. Motion Guides You already know how to move an item from point A to point B. This is when tweening along a path comes in handy. Motion tweening along a path requires a Motion Guide layer, which defines the path.

One or more guided layers that follow the path accompany this Motion Guide layer. An item and its motion path shows below.

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We discuss the actual symbols of the flowchart later. See the pretty, colorful triangle? Start defining the project in terms of mood, response, and time.

If the client wants more time or more material before a commitment, negotiate the terms of your fees that are associated with further conceptual development. For large client projects, your client will probably expect a project rate not an hourly or weekly rate.

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