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Workshop

The Workshop consists of quiz questions and answers to help you solidify your understanding of the material covered. Try to answer the questions before checking the answers. Be sure to read the explanations even if you get the answers right.

Quiz

1:If you draw an image onstage in a keyframe, how long does that image remain onstage?
  1. Just the one frame in which you drew the image.

  2. Until another keyframe containing a different image is encountered.

  3. For the entire Timeline.

A1: B. Think of a keyframe as your telling Flash to put an image onstage now and leave it there until notified otherwise (by another keyframe).
2:How many frames are necessary to create an animation?
  1. One.

  2. Two or more.

  3. No fewer than three.

A2: B. Although a feature-length movie may have 24 different images each second, you can imply motion very effectively with just 2 frames.
3:In what part of this book will we actually get to animate?
  1. In the next 2 hours.

  2. In the last 2 hours.

  3. This is it—we've been creating animations all hour!

A3: C. Frame-by-frame animation is animation. The other types of animation we're going to cover are those in which Flash takes care of the frames between keyframes that we create. If nothing else, you should now understand keyframes clearly.


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