How to use the exercise files for Animate CC.
- [Voiceover] If you're a premium member of the lynda.com online training library, you have access to all the exercise files used throughout this title. In fact, here they are on my desktop. If I open this up, you can see that there's an Asset folder that has various assets in it, lots of graphics. There's also Chapter folders that include both a beginning and then final files that you can always jump to, but really I encourage you to take these files, swap out those graphics and call them your own. Now, if you're a monthly member or an annual member of lynda.com, you don't have access to these exercise files, but honestly, you can follow along just as easily with your own assets, which is really what you wanna do anyway, create your own graphics, and really create your own animation.
So let's jump right in and get started with Adobe Animate CC for Web Designers.
- Setting up projects and changing project types
- Using text and fonts, including web fonts
- Creating graphics
- Importing raster images and vector graphics
- Working with the timeline and keyframes
- Using classic, motion, and shape tweens
- Creating scripted animation
- Publishing to HTML, SWF, SVG, and WebGL