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Flash Pro CS5: Video QuickStart Guide from Class on Demand is the the quick and easy way to learn Flash Professional CS5 with almost two full hours of video training from bestselling author Russell Chun. Get expert guidance on using the powerful new tools and important features in Flash Professional CS5.
This course explores the following topics:
Motion and Shape Tweening strategies
Using Masks and Inverse Kinematics
Working with Video in Flash
Understanding Objects, Classes, Methods, and Properties
Writing with Dot Syntax
Using Objects, Functions, and Code Snippets
Working with Buttons
Creating Continuous Actions
Working with Paths and Movie Clip Containers
Changing Visual Properties
Creating Drag-and-Drop Interactivity
Generating Graphics, Shapes, and Motion Tweens Dynamically
Working with Sounds
Using Variables and Expressions
Creating Classic Text and TLF Text Fields
Keeping Track of Objects with Arrays
Sharing Library Symbols
Saving Files in an Uncompressed Format
Optimizing Your Movie
About the Instructor:
Russell Chun earned his Master's degree in Medical Illustration from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and has used Flash for over eight years to develop interactive, instructional multimedia. He has taught Flash at the beginning through advanced levels at a number of institutions including the College of San Mateo, the Center for Electronic Art, the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, Cellspace, Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, and City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism. He has also taught Flash at national conferences, regional user group meetings, and corporate workshops. He is the author of several advanced Flash books, Macromedia Flash Advanced Visual QuickPro Guide for versions 5, MX, MX2004, and 8. He has written several Flash articles for MacWorld and for SBS Digital Design.
Table of Contents
Approximately 2 Hours
Mac OS X or Win XP or higher
1152 x 864 or higher display
Class on Demand Video Download: Flash Pro CS5: Video QuickStart Guide Review