Flash Tutorial: Copy Motion Tween as ActionScript 3.0

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Step Three: Create a Motion Tween

 

You can create any Motion Tween that you like as long as it is in a single Layer. The Motion Tween can contain multiple Keyframes and span multiple tweens. It may also contain empty frames. The Motion Tween may also contain any of the following elements: Blend Mode, Cache As Bitmap Setting, Color, Custom Easing, Filters, Frame Labels, Motion Guides, Orientation To Path, Position, Rotation, Scale, Scale, Skew, Transformation Point.

 

I am going to make the text spin and blur. You can of course create any Motion Tween that you like.

First of all I am going to centre the Symbol on the Main Stage:

  1. Select your: Symbol
  2. Open the Align Panel: Window > Align (Ctrl K)
  3. If the Align to Stage button is not selected, select it:
  4. Click the Align to Horizontal Center:
  5. Click the Align to Vertical Center:

  6. Symbol is centered on the Stage.

  7. In the Timeline select: Frame 1
  8. In the Property Inspector select: Tween > Motion
  9. In the Property Inspector select: Ease > -100
  10. In the Property Inspector select: Rotate > CW
  11. In the Property Inspector select: Rotate Times > 3

  12. Frame 1 Motion Tween Properties.

  13. Select: Frame 25
  14. Insert a Keyframe: Insert > Timeline > Keyframe (F6)

  15. The Motion Tween can now be seen in the Timeline.

  16. In the Property Inspector select: Ease > 100
  17. In the Property Inspector select: Rotate > CCW

  18. Frame 25 Motion Tween Properties.

  19. Select: Frame 50
  20. Insert a Keyframe: Insert > Timeline > Keyframe (F6)
  21. In the Property Inspector select: Tween > None

  22. Select: Frame 60
  23. Insert a Keyframe: Insert > Timeline > Keyframe (F6)
  24. Your timeline should look similar to this:

  25. Go back to: Frame 25
  26. Select your: Symbol
  27. If the Filter Properties are closed, open them: Window > Properties > Filters
  28. In the Filter Panel select: > Blur
  29. In the Filter Panel select Blur X: 25
  30. In the Filter Panel select Blur Y: 25
  31. Test your Movie: Control > Test Movie (Ctrl Enter)
  32. Your Movie Should look similar to this:

  33. Close your Test Movie Window:

         

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