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Lesson 6. Using Sound and Video > Modifying Sound Properties

Modifying Sound Properties

After you have a sound in your movie, you can use the Property inspector to apply a preset sound effect or customize a sound effect by using Flash's basic editing capabilities. You'll also use the Property inspector to define the sound type as a streaming or event sound.

Streaming sounds are synchronized with the timeline. Each piece of the sound is linked to a specific frame in the movie. Event sounds are synchronized with a specific keyframe or event, such as clicking a button. An event sound plays independently of the timeline. So in a sense, streaming sounds are analogous to graphic symbols and event sounds are analogous to movie clips. You'll learn more about the different types of sound synchronization as you work through this exercise.


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