Extending and shortening animations


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Extending and shortening animations

Let's say you've created an animation and it's just happening a little bit too slowly or too quickly and you want to extend or shorten the animation. Let's take a look at what I have in the Flash Player. So the olive falls down and bounces on the ground. Let's say I wanted to make this animation a little bit faster. I want it to fall more quickly. Motion tweens allow you to do that very easily. All you have to do is go to the end of the motion tween. So I have my last frame here, then hover your mouse over the end of the frame span.

Notice your cursor updates to show an arrow on the left and the right. From there you can simply click and drag to adjust the duration of your animation. Now this is going to expand or contract your animation including easing effects. So I can set this anywhere I want. Let's say I go to Frame 200 and I'll test the movie and see that it's a little bit faster. Now let's say I wanted to extend the timeline past Frame 200 beca...

Extending and shortening animations
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Extending and shortening animations provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Todd Perkins as part of the Flash Professional CS5 Essential Training

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Web
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