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Animation - Motion Tweening

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The aim of the tutorial is to show people who are new to Flash how to create a simple animation using technique called Tweening. Tweening enables you to move objects, change their colour, size and transparency. In this tutorial I will show you how move text around. This tutorial is designed to teach the beginner fundamental processes used in creating Flash Movies, in particular an introduction to Motion Tweening, the Timeline and Symbols.

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My Example: Download the Flash file  Beg 002a

 

Example of a Flash Movie with a Tweened Animation.

More Examples: To view additional examples of the type of animation that you will learn to do in this tutorial: Motion Tween Animations

Before I dive in I would like to say that even though this tutorial is quite long the tutorial has two sections:

It is not essential to cover every option and you may want to jump to a particular option. To help you select the options I have placed the following Quick Links:

Quick Links: 01. Start the Tutorial

Quick Links: 07. Changing the Animation Speed
Quick Links: 08. Ticker Tape - On and Off Stage Animation
Quick Links: 09. Changing the Symbols Properties: Free Transform Tool
Quick Links: 10. Changing the Symbols Properties: Transform Panel
Quick Links: 11. Changing the Symbols Colour
Quick Links: 12. Easing
Quick Links: 13. Rotation

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Examples of each Option: Sample Movies

         

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