Join Anastasia McCune for an in-depth discussion in this video Paste and overwrite frames, part of Flash Professional: 2015 Creative Cloud Updates.
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- In previous versions of Flash,…you had to think about it a little bit…if you wanted to copy and paste frames…and not mess up your Timeline.…With the newest version of Flash,…it's a little easier with the advent…of the new Paste and Overwrite Frames option.…So we can compare old behavior to new, let's first review…how copying and pasting has worked up until now.…So, in our example file here,…we have four images from a beach vacation.…Each is on the Timeline for ten frames.…So we have a picture of a sandpiper, and then a palm tree,…some islands, and then finally a sunset.…
So let's say we want to replace this third image…of the islands with the fourth image of the sunset.…Well, there's a lot of ways that you could do that.…But in terms of copying and pasting frames,…what you could do is this.…You could select the ten frames that you want to copy.…So, I've got frame 31 selected.…I'm gonna hold down the Shift key…and select frame 40, so I've got all those selected.…I'm gonna right-click and say Copy Frames.…Now, I'm going to click to frame 21…
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- AIR binaries for iOS
- The Bone tool
- Exporting bitmaps as spite sheets
- Brush size scaling
- Pasting and overwriting frames
- Importing H.264 video
- Code snippets for WebGL
- Audio splitting