Join Tom Green for an in-depth discussion in this video Exploring the project files, part of Creating Interactive Projects with Edge Animate.
As you start working through the lessons in this course, you will be asked to open a number of files and work with them. In this video, what I want to do is just sort of explain what you're going to be looking at. When you download the exercise files they will come in a folder, usually it's Chapter 3 Exercise folder. And inside that folder will be a complete version of the project. So all the files that are involved in the project will be there, but there will also be the exercise files. So I may ask you to open up a file in your Exercise folder, so you open the Exercise folder, and if the chapter is broken into pieces like this chapter here has five parts to it, I'll ask you, for instance, to open the TV.AI file, located in your Exercise folder. So you would navigate to your Chapter folder, the Exercise folder, which you probably have open, and then just go to the Illustrator file, and away you go. The other thing you might want to do, is inside your Exercise folder, just create a separate folder for yourself, where you can actually save your projects as you move along.
So there you go. There's how you can use the various assets that are provided in this course.
- Exploring the project files
- Planning the workflow of your projects
- Optimizing and sizing your images in Fireworks
- Adding Smart Filters and blur to video with Photoshop
- Adding Edge Web Fonts to a composition
- Understanding the responsive features in Edge Animate
- Coding in Edge Animate
- Adding content to Muse