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KEYFRAMES

KEYFRAMES

Keyframes are special types of frames where actions or animation changes can be set. They serve as placeholders on the Timeline where any symbol's animated behavior changes, starts, or stops. Frames, which are static, mark continuing motion between keyframes. Changes or actions cannot be set in a frame that is not a keyframe. When you create frame-by-frame animation, every frame is a keyframe. In tweened animation, you define keyframes atimportant points in the animation and let Flash control the content of frames between those points. Keyframes exist in specific layers and can be created by selecting a layer and a specific frame and choosing Insert→Keyframe.


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