Applying and adjusting motion presets


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Applying and adjusting motion presets

In this movie we will look at adjusting motion presets. Whenever you create a motion preset in Flash, all the information about the motion tween is saved. So when you apply that motion preset to an object, the animation is editable just like any other motion tween. So in this movie we will look at an example of that. If you are following along, go ahead and open up Adjusting.fla from the Chapter 5 folder. You can also just use any symbols for this exercise. I am going to first apply some motion presets to my monster and my shadow here on the Stage. So I'll open the Motion Presets panel and I have some Custom Presets in here that we created in another movie. So I'll select the monster and then select the Bounce Monster preset; click Apply to apply it. I will do the same thing for the Shadow. Click on the shadow, choose the Shadow preset and click Apply.

Now if I test the movie, the animations might not look right because I am animating a different object then I was when I create...

Applying and adjusting motion presets
Video duration: 2m 28s 1h 57m Intermediate

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Applying and adjusting motion presets provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Todd Perkins as part of the Flash CS4 Professional Tools for Character Animation

Subjects:
3D + Animation Web
Software:
Flash Professional
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