Previewing an animation using Test Movie


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Previewing an animation using Test Movie

Once you have created an animation, you can preview it in Flash by scrubbing the playhead or you can put the playhead at the first frame and press the Enter or Return key to get a simple preview. If you want to see what the movie actually looks like in the Flash Player, you can use the Test Movie command. Remember, the speed at which your movie plays is based on the number of frames that it takes up and the number of frames that display per second. You can control the frames per second in the Properties panel. That's what FPS stands for.

It's important to keep in mind that even though this says 30 frames per second, it doesn't guarantee that my application is going to run at 30 frames per second. It could run slower or in some cases even faster than what you see when you test the application in Flash. Basically just know that this is the target frame rate. And most of the time Flash will be pretty close to getting that 30 frames per second or whatever frame rate you decide. But...

Previewing an animation using Test Movie
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Previewing an animation using Test Movie 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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