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Lesson 7. keyframes and layers

Lesson 7. keyframes and layers

One basic method of creating animation is to define the keyframes of the animation and then tween the keyframes to show movement. In this lesson, you will use tweening to create an animation of a piece of paper floating from one folder to another. In this animation, multiple cast members combine to create the effect. As you build the animation, you will change the layering in the score to make the paper appear to come out of one folder and move into another folder.

If you would like to view the final result of this lesson, open the Complete folder in the Lesson07 folder and play Paper.dir.

Figure . By establishing just a few keyframes, you can create effective animations that use multiple cast members, such as a piece of paper floating into and out of a folder. You can then add sound for further impact.



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