FLASH CS6 TUTORIALS PDF
Learn the basics of Flash Pro CS6 with Getting Started and New Features tutorials To import an Illustrator EPS or Adobe® Acrobat® PDF file, open the file in. Professional CS6: Learn by Video tutorials help you learn more about Adobe Flash Professional CS6 and use it with greater efficiency PDF for reference. In Flash CS6, there are 3 methods for creating an animation sequence: classic tweening .. Tutorial E1 - circle becomes square, number 1 becomes 2 before.
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Adobe® Flash® Professional CS6 Digital Classroom. Published by files, and video tutorials, all of which are available on the included DVD. The Flash. Adobe Flash Professional CS6: A Tutorial Approach. Evaluation Copy. Do not reproduce. For information visit ppti.info INTRODUCTION. Adobe Flash. PDF generated using the open source mwlib toolkit. . Flash tutorials (Flash CS6 plus ActionScript 3 for non-programmers, and links to deprecated CS3/4/5.
It gives you the ability to test mobile features, such as touchscreen gestures, on your desktop computer. Bundle AIR runtime with apps. Templates and code snippets for mobile devices. Adobe has added to the library of templates and code snippets, making it easier to develop apps for iPhones, iPads, and Android mobile devices. Templates show how to use built-in accelerometers and geo-location features. Pin IK bones.
Open the FLA File
Pinning locks IK bones to a specific position on the stage, making it much easier to create poses and control your models. Copying layers.
Flash preserves structure and other details when copying layers between files and projects. Symbol rasterization.
The cache as bitmap feature converts vector art to bitmaps, increasing mobile device performance, CPU efficiency, and improving battery life. Auto-save and file recovery. Like your favorite word processor, Flash now has a feature that automatically saves your documents.
Animation ABCs Animators used to draw each and every frame by hand. Major animation houses employed whole armies of graphic artists, each charged with producing hundreds of drawings that represented a mere fraction of the finished work. What we chuckled at for a scant few minutes took weeks and dozens of tired, cramped hands to produce. One mistake, one spilled drop of coffee, and these patient-as-Job types would have to grab fresh paper and start all over again. When everything was done, the animation would have to be put together—much like one of those flip books where you flip pages real fast to see a story play out—while it was being filmed by special cameras.
With Flash on your computer, you have the equivalent of a design studio at your fingertips.
You provide the inspiration, and Flash can help you generate pro-quality animations and full-blown interactive applications. In addition, Flash lets you create and work with movie clips, which are something else entirely. Unfortunately, that description is a bit long and unwieldy, so in this book, what you create using Flash is called an animation or an app.
Flash in a Nutshell Say you work for a company that does custom auto refinishing. A voice-over informs your audience that your company has been in business for 20 years and offers the best prices in town.
But you also want each part of the car to be a clickable hotspot.
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Within each keyframe, you might choose to separate your artwork into different layers. Like the see-through plastic cels that professional animators used in the old days, layers let you create images separately and then stack them on top of one another to make a single composite image. For example, you might choose to put the car on one layer, your company logo on a second layer, and your city-street background on a third layer.
That way, you can edit and animate each layer independently, but when the animation plays, all three elements appear to be on one seamless layer. Through a process called tweening, you tell Flash to fill in each and every frame between the keyframes to create the illusion of the junker turning slowly into a brand-new car.
Flash carefully analyzes all the differences between the keyframes and does its best to build the interim frames, which you can then tweak or—if Flash gets it all wrong—redraw yourself. As you go along, you might decide to save a few of the elements you create for example, your company logo so you can reuse them later. Without leaving the comfort of Flash, you can convert the editable.
The scenario described above is pretty simple, but it covers the basic steps you need to take when creating any Flash animation. To click means to point the arrow cursor at something on the screen and then—without moving the cursor at all—to press and release the left clicker button on the mouse or laptop trackpad.
To double-click, of course, means to click twice in rapid succession, again without moving the cursor at all. And to drag means to move the cursor while pressing the left button continuously. Keyboard shortcuts. Play with the provided desktop layouts On top right, there is pull-down menu that allows you select from several preset configurations. After you added your own configurations, the pull-down menu might look like this: Flash CS6 workspaces menu For the kind of stuff you will learn in our Flash tutorials series, the best initial bet is to use the designer layout.
Firstly, we'd like to show how to display additional panels tools and libraries. Having most tools and resource libraries at your fingertip is in our opinion always a good idea if your screen is big enough. If you can afford to buy CS6, it maybe is also possible to invest in a monitor that can display x pixels or more. Panels are tools providing various editing and object mangement functionalities.
Since some of these functionalities can't be found through the menus and the other way round , you have to learn what kind of panels exist.
All existing panels can be opened through the Window' menu on top. CS6 lets you arrange such panels in various ways: They can be floating undocked. Usually you would move them outside the Flash Desktop.
This is very practical if you have a large screen or dual monitor setup. They can be docked to the panel areas to the right, the middle or the left. In each of these areas you can dock a new panel below or above an existing one. F4 toggles between more space for drawing and more tools. Docking a swatches panel to the right creating a new column To dock a panel, simply grab it with the mouse press the left-mouse button in a empty area in its top bar and then drag it to a "place" that will "light up" in some light blue color.
If you see a blue line vertical or horizontal and then release the mouse the panel will dock below or to the right of the line as a "lone" panel If a rectancle will light i. If this is not clear, just play moving around panels and pay attention to lines or rectangles that light up. Don't worry about "breaking the desktop". You always can re-start with a standard layout as we described above. The following three screenshots should illustrate the general principle.
Docking in an empty panel area to the right If you want to reproduce this example, close all panels see below or select the "Debug" configuration.
Now try to dock this panel. In the sceenshot to the right, the Swatches panel shown in transparent color is being dragged to the very right. You should see a faint blue vertical line on your flash desktop if you move the panel close to the right border.
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For e. It gives you the ability to test mobile features, such as touchscreen gestures, on your desktop computer. How to combine graphics frames and text frames 7. Choose the Selection Tool from the Tools panel and select the rightmost frame of the biker layer.
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