In the second part of this tutorial, Tom Green discusses the use of Action Script to control audio in Flash.
In the first video of this multi-part tutorial, Tom Green covers the basics of importing and editing audio files using Flash CS4.
Using an alpha channel video and combining two video objects into one with blend effects.
With the release of Flash CS3, Adobe has made the process of adding closed-captioning information to video files a whole lot easier.
Using Soundbooth to access Resource Central and purchase audio files to use in video projects. Accessing and Editing Adobe Sound documents with Adobe media applications.
Tom Green takes a layered Photoshop document and adds motion to it in Flash using the Bones tool.
Having fun experimenting with Flash CS4′s Deco Tool.
This tutorial starts with a code-driven animation, takes it from Flash, and turns it into a video file that can used with an application like After Effects
Soundbooth is a useful tool for creating audio for Flash video. Soundbooth’s preset scores can be set to length and easily added to Flash movie projects.
In this two-part tutorial, J. Schuh demonstrates how to animate a flying bird using Illustrator and Flash.
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