Saving motion presets


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Saving motion presets

In this chapter we are going to be working with motion presets. Using motion presets, you can reuse animations and apply them to different objects. If you're following along go ahead and open up Saving_Presets.fla from the Chapter 5 folder. Here I have an animation of a monster in a shadow on the left and then a static monster in shadow on the right. What I am going to do is, save the animation for the monster and the shadow and then apply them to the monster on the right. I will do that by right-clicking or Ctrl-clicking in the animation layer.

Then I will choose Save As Motion Preset. Now I can give the animation a name. I will call it Bounce Monster. That looks good, I'll click OK, and then I am going to do the same thing for the shadow animation. So I'll right-click or Ctrl- click on the shadow animation, and then I will choose Save as Motion Preset. I will name the preset Shadow. Click OK, and then I am going to apply the same animation to the monster on the right. To do...

Saving motion presets
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Saving 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

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3D + Animation Web
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Flash Professional
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