Год выпуска: 2008
Продолжительность: 1ч. 49 минут.
LearnFlash - New Features of Flash CS4
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01 – Introduction (Running Time: 0:53)
02 – The Workspace (Running Time: 9:15)
In this video, Craig gives you a quick tour of the new Flash CS4 workspace and shows you how you can customize the arrangement of the workspace.
03 – Motion Tweens (Running Time: 11:46)
One of the most anticipated new features of Flash CS4 is the new Tween engine. Motion tweens and motion guides are now much simpler than they were before, and in this video, Craig will demonstrate their use.
04 – Tweening Properties (Running Time: 3:50)
So far, we've just looked at tweening the position of a movie clip. In this video, Craig will demonstrate how add tweens for properties such as size and transparency as well.
05 – Motion Editor (Running Time: 13:05)
The motion editor is a very powerful new tool that allows us to fine-tune our motion tweens in a way that was never possible before.
06 – Copying Motion (Running Time: 3:20)
In this video, Craig demonstrates how to create a motion tween and apply it to multiple objects.
07 – Motion Presets (Running Time: 7:47)
Flash CS4 now has a collection of premade animations that you can easily apply to your movie clips, and in this video, Craig will show you how.
08 – The Library Panel (Running Time: 4:09)
In this video, Craig gives you a tour of the new features of the Library Panel in Flash CS4.
09 – The Project Panel (Running Time: 1:14)
In this video, Craig shows you how to find the new Project Panel, which allows you to keep the files in your Flash projects organized.
10 – 3D Tools (Running Time: 9:06)
Flash CS4 now has a 3D Rotation tool and a 3D Translation tool, which allow us to rotate and move objects around in 3D space.
11 – The Spray Brush Tool (Running Time: 6:58)
The Spray Brush Tool allows you to spraypaint onto the stage, using simple particles or movie clips.
12 – The Deco Tool (Running Time: 8:31)
The deco tool allows you to create vines, grids, and other patterns on the stage using a default shape or your own movie clips.
13 – The Bone Tool (Running Time: 14:25)
The Bone tool allows you to create a bone structure for a shape or a set of shapes. This bone structure allows you to move around objects, causing connected objects to move around with them.
14 – The Bind Tool (Running Time: 4:07)
The Bind Tool provides us a means of fine tuning our armatures that we create with the Bone Tool.
15 – Metadata Support (Running Time: 1:35)
Flash now allows more options for adding metadata, such as titles, descriptions, and keywords, to your Flash files.
16 – ActionScript 3D (Running Time: 8:05)
In this video, Craig demonstrates how to create simple 3D animations of your movie clips using ActionScript.
17 – Conclusion (Running Time: 0:49)