Monthly Archives: March 2012

How to create Fading with Tint- Motion Tweening Effect

1.Create a symbol. Choose Insert > New Symbol in the menu (or press Ctrl+F8). 2.A Symbol Properties box appears. Enter a name for the symbol. Select the “graphic” option. Click OK.Now we are taken to the symbol creator in Flash.

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Shape tweening – Flash Animation

In shape tweening, we can draw a shape at one specific time, and change that shape or draw another shape at another specific time.Shape tweens operate on Lines and Fills rather than the grouped shapes and symbols.

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Motion Guide – Flash Animation

Motion guide is basically a path we draw for an object to follow during a motion tween.We can link multiple layers to a motion guide layer to have multiple objects follow the same path. 1. Open a new document by

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Motion Tweening – Flash animation

In motion tweening, we define properties such as position, size, and rotation for an instance, group, or text block at one specific time, and change those properties at another specific time.We can use motion paths to guide the objects and

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How to create Motion Tweening Effect – Fading with Alpha?

1.Create a symbol. Choose Insert > New Symbol in the menu (or press Ctrl+F8). 2.A Symbol Properties box appears. Enter a name for the symbol. Select the “graphic” option. Click OK.Now we are taken to the symbol creator in Flash.

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Easing – Motion Tweening

How to apply Easing ? Easing feature on motion tweens to make an object move more naturally. Easing is essentially a way of controlling the apparent acceleration and deceleration of the motion – tweened object. Easing is set to 0

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Rotation – Motion Tween

How to Rotate the object during motion tween?(Rotate) 1.On the stage draw circle. 2.Group the circle’s fill and outline. Modify–>Group 3.In the timeline insert a keyframe at frame 24 Right click on the time line –>Insert key frame OR F6

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Tween Scaling – Motion Tween

How to progressively change the size of our object over the duration of our animation?(Scaling) 1.On the stage draw Circle. 2.Group the circle’s fill and outline. Modify–>Group 3.In the timeline insert a keyframe at frame 24 Right click on the

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Tweening – Flash animation

The term “Tweening” is derived from “in between”. Tweened animations are those where the user defines the starting and ending framesĀ  (keyframes) and Flash generates the content for the frames in between.There are really two different types of animation in

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