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Chapter 14. Creating Graphics: Making Animations with Easing (Flash Professi...

Chapter 14. Creating Graphics: Making Animations with Easing (Flash Professional only)

This tutorial guides you through the process of using the tweening tools in Macromedia Flash Basic 8 and Macromedia Flash Professional 8. Tweening is the process of animating a graphic by setting starting and ending values for its properties and letting Flash calculate the values in between. The term tween comes from “in between”.

A simple example of a tween would be to place a graphic at the top of the Stage and then add several frames to the Timeline and move the graphic to the bottom of the Stage in the last frame. By letting Flash fill in the position values for the frames in between, you can easily create a smooth animation of the graphic from the top of the Stage to the bottom.


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