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Working with Scenes

Another way to cut down on the visual noise is to segment your movie into scenes. Think of scenes as major segments in your movie, where the content in one segment has little to do with the other. For example, you might be able to separate an introduction from credits at the end, or an opening animation sequence from the body of a site. As your layers get deeper, your timeline no doubt gets longer, too. Running back and forth across hundreds of frames to get to your target can be annoying on a good day, and life-threatening around a deadline. Developers who have the foresight to break their movies into scenes will delight in the ease Flash provides to quickly move to particular areas.

To create a new scene, use the Insert, Scene command from the main menu, or call up the Scene palette using Window, Panels, Scene from the main menu.


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