Join Kelly McCathran for an in-depth discussion in this video That's how the ball bounces, part of Learning Flash Animation.
In this movie, I'll have you create a document from scratch, an object from …scratch, and animate it. So, let's start out with File > New. …I'll leave it on action script three and click OK. …By default, I get a white stage. And if I want to check the Document …Settings, I could choose Modify Document. You should've determined proper width and …height that you require, but for this, we'll leave it on the defaults. …The frame rate is 24 frames equals 1 second, so your math, in order to get …seconds in a movie, will be divisible by 24.…
I'll click OK, and I've switched to my favorite Classic workspace. …I'm going to start with the Oval tool. So, I'll click and hold on the Rectangle …tool and slide to the Oval tool, and I think I'd like a red ball. …So, I confirmed that my outliner stroke color is none, and or confirm that my …color is red. I also prefer to draw with Object Drawing …mode on. This way, any objects that overlap don't …automatically slice one another. And if your circle or ball did have a …
- Understanding the Timeline
- Working with Timeline effects
- Adding keyframes
- Creating slideshows
- Incorporating other media into your movies
- Distributing your work effectively
- Organizing your assets
- Developing efficient workflows
Skill Level Beginner
1. Building Your Flash Vocabulary
2. Getting Comfortable with the Flash Interface
3. Creating Shapes
5. Symbols and the Library Panel
6. The Flash Timeline
7. The Motion Editor
8. Distributing and Publishing Flash Animations
9. Adding Other Media to Your Movies
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