This tutorial talks about adding filters and scratchy objects to a flash video to give the movie clip an aged, vintage look.
Match your video to the geometry of an object by using a warp effect in After Effects.
With the release of Flash CS4, we can now play in that elusive third dimension.
Tom Green shows how to use the audio visualization created in part one and apply it to a piece of video as a layer mask.
Tom Green breaks down an example and talks about how to manipulate the script of a flash object by experimenting with the code.
One of the most anticipated new features of Flash CS4 is the new built-in support for IK animation as well as the ability to control these animations at runtime using ActionScript.
Tom Green wraps up his Flash 3D series with this project which uses all of the functions he has covered in his previous tutorials.
In this tutorial, Tom Green shows how to use 3D tools in Flash CS4 to create a 3D tour out of a group of static images.
Experiment with the vanishing point using Flash CS4′s 3D tools.
Using the new 3D Translation tool in Flash CS4 to move a movie clip along the X,Y, and Z axis.
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