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Thursday, January 31, 2008

Mouse RollOverOut

Mouse RollOverOut Basic Flash tutorial showing you how to make an event occur when you scroll the mouse on and off an object using actionscript 2.0. Make sure to check out for more tutorials and links to articles and tutorial websites.

Monday, January 28, 2008

Import photos and psd

Import photos and psd

There are a few ways to bring pictures into a Flash file. This tutorial shows one simple way to do that. You can work with the photos in many ways, which will be discuss in later tutorials. Importing a .psd directly into Flash can be very useful because it maintains the layers in CS3, making it easy to animate or apply action script later to the layer.

Friday, January 25, 2008

ActScript 2.0 Stop & restart animation

ActScript 2.0 Stop & restart animation .swf files loop by default, if the timeline is more than one frame. With simple actionscript you can control and navigate a frame-by-frame animated sequence.

Sunday, January 20, 2008

Layer Masks

Layer Masks Layer masks create a viewing window to the layer(s) behind it. Manipulating the mask can create certain effects or animation without editing the object or layer directly.

Saturday, January 12, 2008

ProgBar Actionscript

Progress Bar Preloader Actionscript. Preloaders indicate the rate at which a file is being downloaded or displayed. This tutorial shows the actionscript 2.0 method to create such a progress bar. Go to the Flash Files section to download the actual .fla file. Make sure to check out the other tutorial on progress bars to help create the correct components.

Monday, January 7, 2008

Progress Bar Preloader

Progbar Preloader Viewing and loading files on the web often takes time, especially multimedia. Progressbar preloaders are important to show the viewer that content is coming. This tutorial is the first of two tutorials that will show you how to create and code a preloader. It will show you how to make a graphical and numerical representation of downlaod progress of the file.