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6. Building an animated Ad > 6.2. Animated Transitions

Animated Transitions

Creating frame-by-frame animation by hand can be extremely time-consuming, particularly when creating transitions such as shapes that morph into other shapes or illustrations that sharpen over time into photographs. But transitions such as these are an intriguing way to introduce graphical elements to a movie or carry the user from one page, or state, to another. In this section, we’ll explore animated effects that can give your movie a professional touch and help maintain a unifying theme throughout a Flash project.

Shape Tweens

An oft-seen transition technique is one in which an interface appears to draw itself, line by line, until it is complete and filled with content. An example of this can be seen at the


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