The new Flash CS4 includes 3D tools that allow users to rotate perspective around a movie clip. This tutorial goes over some of the basic controls.
There is an option in Flash that allows users to capture the data coming from a web cam attached to the computer and broadcast it using Flash.
Creating gradients is an important skill to have when designing in Flash.
Tom Green demonstrates this floating text technique by cutting the text out of the an image using Fireworks and then animating the text floating using Flash.
With Flash CS4 now has auto-keyframing, a full-featured motion editor, andmost importantlythe ability to animate each property of an object separately from one another.
Tom Green shows how to easily take an effect created in After Effects and bring it over Flash using the XML format.
Tom Green’s tutorial demonstrates how to create a video button in Flash and Fireworks.
This tutorial uses Adobe Soundbooth to add music to a Flash movie.
This tutorial will show you how to bring a still photo to life using the mysterious displacement map filter and some Perlin noise.
In the second part of this tutorial, Tom Green discusses the use of Action Script to control audio in Flash.
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