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  • Movie clips can encapsulate complex motion in your movie independent of other objects and the timeline. Use movie clips instead of animated graphic symbols when you have a looping effect that will run on its own, indefinitely. Also, try varying the movie clip with different tweens in size, position, and color.

  • You can create advanced and sometimes unanticipated effects by shape tweening more than one object on a layer at the same time. Flash will interpret the progression for you, often creating an effect that you probably couldn't have developed yourself.

  • Animate shapes and objects on a mask layer to give your movie incredible special effects, from glows and reveals to other, more sophisticated results that develop from advanced animation techniques.

  • The easiest way to spoof gravity in your animation is to play with the Ease In and Ease Out settings in the Frame panel. Real gravity comes from a calculation identifying the X and Y values of an object, and then developing a path from the existing Y value to the "ground" Y value while holding X constant.


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