Review the new features in Animate CC 2017, including the new Camera tool, customizable vector brushes, & HTML5 components, in our Adobe Animate tutorials.
- [Narrator] Hi, I'm Joseph Labrecque. In this brief course, we're going to have a look at the major new features in the newest release of Adobe Animate CC. First, we'll have a look at the awesome new camera tool, a perfect addition to Animate CC, enabling enhanced storytelling potential on animated projects. We'll then have a look at some neat workflow enhancements, like stage outline and stage clipping, the ability to share symbols and even entire animated documents through CC Libraries.
And the use of Google Web Fonts in HTML5 Canvas. We'll then examine various brush enhancements, such as the ability to create vector brushes directly within Animate CC. Moving on, a new set of components are available for use in HTML5 Canvas. Including the use of video within HTML5 projects. We'll also see how to interact with these new components, using the new code snippets. Finally, we'll examine the various publish options new to this release. Such as the enhanced image export dialogue, the new swift archive format, and a completely modernized animated GIF creation process.
Alright, let's have a look at the new features of Adobe Animate CC.
- Panning, zooming, and rotating with the new Camera tool
- Sharing documents and symbols in CC Libraries
- Creating vector brushes
- Adjusting brush pressure, tilt, and size
- Using interactive HTML5 components
- Exporting images and animated GIFs with the enhanced Export dialog