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Flash MX 2004 Essential Training
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Flash MX 2004 Essential Training

with Shane Rebenschied

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Flash MX 2004 Essential Training with Shane Rebenschied is a workshop of movie based tutorials developed for beginning Flash users. The exercises walk you through the essential features of the authoring tool including drawing tools, importing bitmaps and vectors, animation, masking, working with Symbols, ActionScripting basics, music and sound effects, video, the deconstruction of a complete Flash site, and much more!

Flash MX 2004 Essential Training does not cover the more advanced topics and features found in Macromedia Flash MX 2004 Professional. However, all of the topics covered in this title can be applied to both versions of Macromedia Flash MX 2004.

Note: This product was previously named Learning Macromedia Flash MX 2004
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  1. 18m 31s
    1. interview
      7m 8s
    2. welcome
      28s
    3. file types
      3m 49s
    4. bitmaps vs. vectors
      4m 36s
    5. Flash MX 2004 vs. Professional Flash MX 2004
      2m 30s
  2. 8m 53s
    1. the interface
      8m 53s
  3. 1h 39m
    1. drawing with the pencil
      6m 48s
    2. modifying lines
      5m 3s
    3. drawing with the pen
      4m 23s
    4. the oval and rectangle tools
      10m 18s
    5. free transform tool
      5m 26s
    6. modifying and optimizing shapes
      12m 31s
    7. the brush tool
      8m 51s
    8. the lasso tool
      3m 13s
    9. the eyedropper tool
      6m 41s
    10. using the mixer and creating gradients
      8m 49s
    11. the fill transform tool
      6m 9s
    12. adding custom colors and importing colors
      7m 50s
    13. working with multiple objects
      7m 43s
    14. grouping objects
      5m 56s
  4. 34m 8s
    1. the timeline
      6m 58s
    2. movie properties and frame rate
      10m 15s
    3. frames vs. keyframes
      8m 23s
    4. deleting, copying and reversing frames
      4m 24s
    5. testing movies
      4m 8s
  5. 14m 2s
    1. frame by frame animation
      14m 2s
  6. 47m 52s
    1. shape tweening
      11m 4s
    2. shape hinting
      7m 11s
    3. shape tweening text
      16m 44s
    4. edit multiple frames
      6m 42s
    5. animating gradients
      6m 11s
  7. 38m 6s
    1. creating and editing symbols
      15m 42s
    2. alternate methods to create symbols
      5m 5s
    3. editing symbol instances
      4m 50s
    4. working with the library
      12m 29s
  8. 1h 21m
    1. basic motion tweening
      7m 18s
    2. tweening effects
      10m 16s
    3. edit multiple frames
      4m 59s
    4. motion guides
      12m 47s
    5. motion guide extras
      12m 12s
    6. motion tweening text
      10m 19s
    7. motion tweening text part 2
      12m 40s
    8. motion tweening text part 3
      11m 10s
  9. 11m 27s
    1. adding, removing, editing timeline effects
      11m 27s
  10. 23m 44s
    1. masking
      13m 38s
    2. animated masks
      10m 6s
  11. 56m 41s
    1. text fields overview
      2m 42s
    2. text options and aliasing text
      10m 17s
    3. paragraph options
      6m 59s
    4. text fields explained
      12m 8s
    5. device fonts
      14m 47s
    6. spell checking, search replace
      9m 48s
  12. 42m 33s
    1. importing and compressing
      15m 4s
    2. bitmap sequence
      6m 19s
    3. bitmap fills
      4m 20s
    4. breaking apart bitmaps
      6m 10s
    5. trace bitmap
      10m 40s
  13. 31m 17s
    1. button types
      10m 28s
    2. basic button
      4m 29s
    3. rollover button
      8m 43s
    4. invisible button
      7m 37s
  14. 52m 5s
    1. what are movie clips?
      20m 53s
    2. modifying movie clip instances
      4m 30s
    3. animated rollover button
      16m 2s
    4. animated masks using movie clips
      10m 40s
  15. 4h 57m
    1. actions window
      6m 52s
    2. time-based vs user-based actions
      2m 39s
    3. stop on frame
      10m 36s
    4. stop and play
      20m 9s
    5. slide show
      21m 6s
    6. getURL
      16m 11s
    7. creating a popup menu
      20m 52s
    8. popup menu part 2
      13m 6s
    9. pop up menu part 3
      16m 46s
    10. scrolling text
      18m 53s
    11. controlling movie clips
      17m 15s
    12. what are scenes?
      5m 41s
    13. what are preloaders?
      8m 45s
    14. building a simple preloader
      11m 35s
    15. preloader part 2
      14m 54s
    16. preloader part 3
      11m 32s
    17. preloader resources
      4m 10s
    18. looping the slideshow
      16m 20s
    19. looping part 2
      6m 11s
    20. what is loadMovie?
      7m 59s
    21. loading a .swf
      15m 36s
    22. loading a .swf part 2
      14m 42s
    23. loading a .jpg
      10m 10s
    24. behaviors
      5m 48s
  16. 1h 16m
    1. importing sounds
      19m 1s
    2. the sound panel
      16m 25s
    3. music on/off button
      17m 50s
    4. music on/off part 2
      11m 21s
    5. sounds on buttons
      11m 36s
  17. 1h 9m
    1. importing and compressing video
      15m 21s
    2. importing and compressing part 2
      12m 57s
    3. editing video with the video wizard
      7m 56s
    4. controlling video playback
      16m 12s
    5. using Sorenson Squeeze to compress video
      17m 27s
  18. 1h 10m
    1. publishing content
      25m 19s
    2. publishing content part 2
      3m 59s
    3. creating a projector
      6m 42s
    4. FS commands
      17m 18s
    5. the bandwidth profiler
      3m 35s
    6. generate size report
      4m 59s
    7. the Flash plugin detection kit
      8m 40s
  19. 12m 50s
    1. site overview, deconstruction
      12m 50s
  20. 1m 55s
    1. making Flash content accessible
      1m 55s
  21. 1m 55s
    1. using the built-in templates
      1m 55s
  22. 28s
    1. goodbye
      28s

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Flash MX 2004 Essential Training
18h 12m Beginner Oct 03, 2003

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Flash MX 2004 Essential Training with Shane Rebenschied is a workshop of movie based tutorials developed for beginning Flash users. The exercises walk you through the essential features of the authoring tool including drawing tools, importing bitmaps and vectors, animation, masking, working with Symbols, ActionScripting basics, music and sound effects, video, the deconstruction of a complete Flash site, and much more!

Flash MX 2004 Essential Training does not cover the more advanced topics and features found in Macromedia Flash MX 2004 Professional. However, all of the topics covered in this title can be applied to both versions of Macromedia Flash MX 2004.

Note: This product was previously named Learning Macromedia Flash MX 2004

Topics include:
  • The interface
  • Drawing and color
  • Animation basics
  • Timeline effects
  • Frame-by-frame animation
  • Shape tweening
  • Libraries, symbols, and instances
  • Motion tweening
  • Masking
  • Type
  • Bitmaps
  • Buttons
  • Movie clips
  • ActionScripting basics
  • Sound
  • Video
  • Publishing
  • Deconstruction
  • Accessibility
  • Templates
Subject:
Web
Software:
Flash Professional
Author:
Shane Rebenschied

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