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Flash >> Introduction to Flash
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Flash Tutorial (Tizag Tutorials)
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   This beginner lesson will provide a basic overview of the Macromedia Flash program and will cover lessons on drawing, animating, tweening and more.
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Copy to Grid Effect
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   Learn how to create a lot objects using Copy to Grid Effect.
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Motion tweening the basics
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   It is very important to understand the concept of motion tweening in Flash. Motion tweening is used to automatically alter the properties of a symbol (a movie clip, a button or a graphic) over a certain length of time. Motion tweening can be use to change the _x and and _y property of an element on the stage, the alpha transparency, the size of the symbol, the tint ...etc let's start with a basic tutorial that will help us to understand the very basic of motion tweening.
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Simple Shadow Effect
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   Learn how to create a simple shadow effect, which you can use for some text, logo or something.
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Rollover button
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   In this tutorial you will see how to build a simple rollover button.
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Editing, Adding and removing timeline effects
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   In this tutorial, we will show you how to add, edit, and remove timeline effects.
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Donald Duck Ilustration
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   In this tutorial we will show you how to create on a simple way some profile. For this example we'll create a donald duck.
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Rollover button in Flash
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   In this tutorial you will see how to build a simple rollover button.
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Trace Bitmap
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   This tutorial will show you how to turn a bitmap graphic into vector, and by that way allow you to zoom into a vector graphic without any danger of loosing quality of the graphic.
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Flash For Beginners
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   This tutorial takes you through all the basic concepts, complete with screenshots to make it easier to understand. The tutorial also covers how to make your very first animation using Macromedia's Flash.
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Flash tutorial
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   This tutorial has been built for new flash learners. The tutorial offers lots of examples and gives you lots of exercises so that you can obtain a solid background in flash.
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Using pixel fonts with macromedia flash
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   this page shows how to correctly use the pixel fonts in macromedia flash for best quality results. You will find some important rules when working with flash and pixel fonts, also we provide some locations where you can download free pixel fonts.
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Creating a full Flash Web site
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   Learn to use Macromedia Flash to create that full Flash driven Web site.
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Flash MX 2004 Tutorials
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   These tutorials include Flash basics, demos, step-by-step tutorials and .fla downloads. Learn how to create beautiful Flash effects simple website components. Fla file downloads are also available.
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Flash For Beginners
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   Did you see an interesting animation on the internet the other day and discovered that it was done using Macromedia Flash?. You managed to get the program installed on your machine and now you are figuring out how to get things moving. The good news is that you are in the right spot.
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Sams Teach Yourself Flash MX ActionScript in 24 Hours
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   Macromedia Flash delivers sound, interactivity, graphics, and animations across multiple browsers and platforms.It enables developers to create interactive interfaces and distinctive Web applications. ActionScript is the behind-the-scenes programming language that offers greater control and functionality in Flash programming. Sams Teach Yourself Flash ActionScript in 24 Hours offers a clearly written, well organized introduction to programming Flash with ActionScript. The reader will be taught basic programming techniques while creating their own interactive Flash movies.
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Flash intros and webpages Templates
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   This is a website which gives professional Flash intros and web templates for the webmasters.This site provides some templates for Flash intros and webtemplates for multipurpose usages ie- from business to arts and architecture it gives more templates to suit the programming needs of the webmasters. The users can have more options to select from that collection.
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Macromedia Flash MX Developer's Guide
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   From the deepest knowledge to the highest point of Flash achievement, go vertical with this hard-core resource.Develop resizable navigation interfaces, graphics, and animation that load and function efficiently, and master ActionScript.
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Basics of Using Text in Flash
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   This tutorial explains the basics of using text in Flash. In Flash there are three types of textboxes - static, input and dynamic. In this tutorial you'll learn about the text types in Flash, how to create and use them.
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Beginner's Flash
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   This tutorial introsuces you to the basics of Flash. It teaches you about loading it up, the welcome screen, the toolbar, the canvas, the timeline, motion tweens and shape tweens. .
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Create Shape Morphs
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   By tweening shapes, you can create an effect similar to morphing, making one shape appear to change into another shape over time. Flash can also tween the location, size, and color of shapes. Learn how to create a Flash shape tween in this simple tutorial.
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Creating Attractive Graphics in Flash
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   In this tutorial you'll learn how to create attractive graphic objects that use various fill options/effects to make them unique and attractive. Learn: using bitmap images as fills; creating a ring in Flash.
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Flash Symbols
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   In this Tutorial you'll learn the basic concepts of Flash symbols, symbol types (graphics, buttons and movieclips), creating and using them. Learn: What is a Flash Symbol? Importance of using Flash Symbols; The Three Types of Symbols; Creating Graphic symbols in Flash; Creating a Simple Button in Flash; Creating Movieclip symbols in Flash.
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Iflash2.com
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   Introductory Flash tutorial and links to related sites and animations.
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Simple Masking In Flash
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   Masking is revealing a portion of your picture in any shape animation that you like. This tutorial will teach you the basics of masking in Flash MX 2004. The download .fla file is also included at the end of the tutorial.
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Webmonkey Shockwave
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   Source for tutorials on Flash and Shockwave. Fairly in-depth lessons ranging from beginner to advanced levels.
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Working With Layers In Flash
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   This tutorial will teach you how to work on layers using Flash MX 2004. Also included is a combination of the motion tween and shape tween tutorial.
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G-Force MP3 Player v2.0
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   Features *Flash MP3 player *XML file playlist *XML file color changers *Change artist image *.FLA source files *.PSD skinning files *Unlimited tracks ability *Panoramic volume control *Stream or download
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Flash Decompiler Trillix for Mac
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   Flash Decompiler Trillix converts Adobe Flash SWF files back into FLA format which can easily be edited in native Flash environment. Every group of objects such as morphs, shapes, texts, fonts, motions, sounds, ActionScripts, etc. could be placed in separate FLA library groups. Moreover, Flash Decompiler can extract all objects (images, sounds, video, shapes, text, morphs, etc) used in SWF files into various file format just in several clicks.
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Flash Basics
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   HTML is ideal for creating static websites where text and images are placed at fixed positions. But it doesn't really support dynamic sites, where text, images, and animations are moving around on the screen. Traditionally, these effects were achieved with animated GIF images or java applets.
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Introduction to Flash
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   What is Flash? * Flash is a multimedia graphics program specially for use on the Web * Flash enables you to create interactive "movies" on the Web * Flash uses vector graphics, which means that the graphics can be scaled to any size without losing clarity/quality * Flash does not require programming skills and is easy to learn
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Flash How To..
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   Who can View Flash? In September 2000, NPD Research, the parent company of MediaMetrix, conducted a study to determine what percentage of Web browsers have Flash preinstalled. The results show that 96.4% of Web users can experience Macromedia Flash content without having to download and install a player.
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Flash in HTML
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   Flash Embedded in HTML After creating a Flash movie you choose File > Save As from the top menu to save your movie. Save the file as "Somefilename.fla". To embed the Flash movie you just made into an HTML page, you should go back to your Flash program and do the following steps: Step 1 Choose File > Open. Open a Flash movie you have created. Step 2 Choose File > Export Movie. Step 3 Name the file "somefilename.swf". Choose the location where the file is to be stored (in your Web folder). Click OK. Step 4 Open the HTML page where you want to insert your Flash movie.
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Flash Tweening
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   Tweening comes from the words "in between". With Tweening you can go from one keyframe to another and specify changes in the animation and let the Flash program create the frames in between.
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Flash Guide Tweening
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   With Motion Guide Tweening you can move an object from one location to another along a specified path.
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Flash Tint Tweening
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   With Tint Tweening you can change the color of an object.
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Flash Shape Tweening
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   With Shape Tweening you can change one object into another.
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Flash Button 1
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   In this example you will learn how to insert an image, convert it to a button, and add a URL to it so it becomes a link.
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Flash Button 2
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   In this example you will learn how to create your own button and add a URL to it so it becomes a link.
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Flash Animation
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   Example Step 1 Insert a text in the upper left corner of the Stage area. Do this by selecting the text tool from the left toolbar. Write some text in the "textarea". Step 2 Select the arrow tool from the left toolbar. Click on the text once to select it. Step 3 Convert the text to a symbol. From the top menu choose Insert > Convert to Symbol. Name the symbol "text", choose graphic from the Behavior list and select OK.
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Flash Sound
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   Example Step 1 Choose File > Import to import a sound file. Locate the sound file and click Open. The sound file will be saved in the Library. Step 2 Click in the first frame of "Layer 1" in the Timeline. Choose Window > Panels > Sound from the top menu. Step 3 In the pop up window (Sound) choose the sound you imported in the Sound field. Choose Stream in the Sync field. Close the pop up window. Step 4 Go to frame 50 in the Timeline. Right click and choose Insert Frame. Step 5 Choose Control > Test Movie from the top menu to test your Flash movie.
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Introduction to Flash
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   In 1997, Macromedia acquired the small company that developed FutureSplash as a way to complement Director, its flagship product. Director, which has been around longer than the Web, is a highly scriptable program built to create interactive presentations and games. Chances are your favorite CD-ROM game was created with it. Toward the end of 1995, when Netscape Navigator 2 was the latest, greatest browser, Macromedia introduced Shockwave as a way to port Director movies to the Web.
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History of Flash
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   1984 - The firm MacroMind is found in Chicago. Merging of MacroMind and Authorware to Macromedia 1995 - Macromedia takes over Altsys (inventor of FreeHand) FutureWave develops simple vector-based illustration program: SmartSketch FutureWave presents the plugin Future-Splash-Player for SmartSketch 1996 - The animation program Cel-Animator is created by FutureWave In July renamed into FutureSplash-Animator Macromedia takes FutureWave over FutureSplash-Animator and Future-Splash-Player from now on known as Flash and Shockwave Flash 1997 - Flash 1 and shortly afterwards Flash 2 were published. 1998 - Java Player produced for Shockwave Flash-movies in the Flash 2 Flash 3 is published. 1999 - The next new version Flash 4 is available 2000 - Latest version of Flash - Flash 5
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Characteristics and Advantages of using Flash
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   HTML is ideal for creating static websites where text and images are placed at fixed positions. But it doesn't really support dynamic sites, where text, images, and animations are moving around on the screen. Traditionally, these effects were achieved with animated GIF images or java applets. Before we going to explore the Flash, we will compare Flash to both animated GIFs and java applets.
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Let The Games Begin
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   Flash is both a drawing tool and a movie editor. If you've used other graphics applications, some of the tools may look familiar, but some won't. To keep things simple, let's start with a little introduction to the interface before diving right in to the nuts and bolts. The drawing tools in Flash let you create and modify shapes for the artwork in your movies. For an interactive introduction to drawing in Flash, choose Help > Lessons > Drawing in your Flash program. The tools for painting are kept in the "Tools" bar, usually positioned at the left top of your Flash Screen.
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Pencil Tool
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   The Pencil tool is used in much the same way that you would use a real pencil to draw. Simply select the tool and drag on the Stage to draw with the Pencil tool.
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Line Tool
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   The Line tool is used in much the same way that you would use a real pencil to draw with a ruler. Simply select the tool and drag on the Stage to draw a straight line between the start and end points.
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Oval Tool
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   The Oval tool is used to make circular objects. Simply select the tool and drag on the Stage to draw a circle that spans between the start and end points.
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Eraser Tool
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   The Erase tool works similar to a classic eraser. Simply select the tool and drag on the Stage to erase things.
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Ink Bottle Tool
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   The Ink Bottle tool lets you change the stroke color, line width, and style of lines or shape outlines. Using the Ink Bottle tool, rather than selecting individual lines and objects, makes it easier to change the stroke attributes of multiple objects at one time.
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Pen Tool
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   The Pen tool is the only tool in the Flash toolbox that doesn't resemble a tool from everyday life. Although the tool symbol looks a lot like an ordinary pen it works quite a bit different. The purpose of the Pen tool is to allow you to draw precise paths as straight lines or smooth, flowing curves.
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Flash Buttons
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   The only object type in Flash, that can detect mouse events is the Button object. This means that there is only one way to make buttons with Flash: Creating a button object. This may sound a bit too simplified, but many are confused by the techniques behind the more sophisticated buttons, that we will cover later in this tutorial.
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Simple Buttons
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   The easiest way to create buttons with Flash is creating a Button object.
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Creating a Button
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   To create a Button object, do this: 1: Choose Insert->New Symbol in the menu (Or press Ctrl-F8) and the Symbol Properties Box appears.
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Defining the Clickable Area
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   The last frame, labeled "Hit" is special. It is simply used to specify the area that triggers mouse-events. If you leave this frame blank - then mouse events will be triggered when the mouse moves over the visible button. But if you draw an area that is bigger than the button - then the mouse event will occur as soon as the mouse gets even close to the button. On the contrary you can draw an area that is smaller than the button, so that mouse events are only triggered when the mouse is at the center of your button.
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Adding Actions to the Button
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   The button we created so far is still in the Button object editor. We still haven't dragged it onto our main movie. If you look above the timeline you see two Icons labeled "Scene 1" and "mybutton".
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Controlling Windows to Load URL
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   You can control which window the URL should be loaded into. In the Window filed you have four options: * _self : Opens the URL in the current window. (Same as if you did not specify any window) * _blank : Opens the URL in a new window. * _parent : Opens the URL in the parent frame (only works with framesets). * _top : Opens the page in the current window - if it's a frameset all frames are cancelled.
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Advanced Buttons
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   CREATING ANIMATED BUTTONS A button like the one you see above can be created by simply inserting a movie-clip in the "over"-frame of your button-symbol. That is: 1: Create a normal movie-clip that does whatever you want to happen when a mouse over is detected on the button. 2: Create a normal button symbol (explained on the previous page). 3: Insert a keyframe in the "over" frame of your button, and place the animated movie-clip in this frame.
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Flash Tweenings
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   The term "Tweening" is derived from "in between". Sometimes you want to add an effect that is graduated over several frames. For example, moving a car from the left side of the movie to the right side. Instead of moving the car a little bit on each frame, you can simply: * position the car on the first frame, * then insert a keyframe where the car should stop * and finally tell Flash to tween between the two key-frames.
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Motion Guide Tween
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   Do the following to make a Motion Guide Tweening. 1. To insert 30 frames in your movie with the mouse: Click frame 30 in layer 1 on the timeline - then press F5.
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