Join Dermot O' Connor for an in-depth discussion in this video Exercise files, part of Learning Adobe Animate CC: Animation.
- [Voiceover] This course come with an exercise files folder, the folder contains three chapters and in each of these chapters you'll find the project files for Adobe Animate Now if you're working with an older version of the program, namely Adobe Flash, say Adobe Flash CC or one of those versions, you probably can open these files with that program, they're fairly backward compatible. But of course I cannot vouch for how backward compatible they are with the older and older versions, but if you do have an older version of Flash, you might try to open these and see if they work for you, they may or they may not, if they don't, don't panic, you can simply follow along with the course and build the files as we go, and you'll also notice that we have start states and end states for each of the files, and in this folder in chapter one, we also have some extensions, little command plugins that will help you advance to key-frames, they may or may not be useful to you, and we will actually explain also during one of our early movies how to set those up.
So, those are our exercise files.
- Setting up your scene
- Creating symbols
- Applying motion and shape tweens
- Creating nested animations
- Copying keyframes
- Adding text, sound, and effects
- Exporting the animation