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Chapter 14. Adding Sound and Video > Using Sounds in Flash

Using Sounds in Flash

To add sound to Flash movies, you must import the sound clips to the library and then at ach instances of the sound clips to keyframes. You access sounds and control synchronization of sounds via the Frame Property Inspector. You can also call up Flash’s simple sound-editing tools through the Frame Property Inspector.

To access the Frame Property Inspector:

  • If the Frame Property Inspector is not currently active, from the Window menu, choose Properties (Figure 14.1).

    Figure 14.1. To access Flash’s sound tools, choose Window > Properties.


    The Frame Property Inspector opens or comes to the front if other panels are on top of it (Figure 14.2).

    Figure 14.2. Using the Frame Property Inspector, you can attach sounds to keyframes, set synchronization, and perform simple sound-editing operations. Some sound tools are always visible on the right side of the panel. To view all the sound tools, click the triangle in the bottom-right corner of the Property Inspector to expand the panel.



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