Flash CS4

Easy-to-undestand video tutorials

Flash is the world’s leading authoring tool for creating media-rich web sites, web applications, online games, streaming audio and video presentations, animated greeting cards, and much, much more. With Flash, it is easy to create sophisticated presentations incorporating pictures, animation, sound, video, and special effects. In this course, author James Gonzalez applies his many years of Flash training experience to present step-by-step demonstrations and instructions covering a wide range of Flash CS4 Professional animation and authoring techniques. At the conclusion of this course, you will be well on your way to creating the types engaging and interactive web content expected by today’s sophisticated audiences. To begin learning, simply click on the movie links.

Durée 11
Avec : James Gonzalez
Formation téléchargeable
FORMATION TÉLÉCHARGÉABLE
Formation téléchargeable
VISIONNAGE ILLIMITÉ
Formation téléchargeable
DISPONIBLE SUR USB

Nos clients ont également vu :

  • Modifying Graphics

    • (06:37) Using the Pointer / Selection Tool
    • (04:08) Using the Sub-selection Tool
    • (03:57) Selecting Objects with the Lasso Tool
    • (05:15) Modifying Paths with the Pen Tool
    • (07:05) Working with Color Gradients
  • Using Non-Flash Graphics

    • (06:32) Overview: Using Non-Flash Graphics
    • (04:18) Importing & Compressing Bitmaps
    • (05:24) Compressing Individual Bitmap Images
    • (04:45) Importing Images from Fireworks
    • (05:59) Importing Images from Photoshop
    • (06:20) Importing Images from Illustrator
    • (05:56) Converting Bitmaps to Vector Graphics pt. 1
    • (03:14) Converting Bitmaps to Vector Graphics pt. 2
    • (03:01) Summary: Working with Non-Flash Graphics
  • Symbols & Instances

    • (07:08) Symbol Essentials
    • (04:56) Symbol Naming: Best Practices
    • (04:37) Creating Symbols
    • (04:50) The Library
    • (05:00) Sharing Libraries
    • (04:27) Using Runtime Shared Libraries
    • (05:56) Modifying Symbol Instances pt. 1
    • (04:00) Modifying Symbol Instances pt. 2
    • (05:15) Setting Color Styles of Instances
    • (06:16) Applying Graphic Filters
    • (02:54) Modifying Graphic Filters
  • Animation Basics

    • (07:33) Understanding the Timeline
    • (07:28) Understanding Frames & Keyframes
    • (04:53) Frames & Keyframes Defined
    • (05:43) Frame-by-Frame Animation
    • (03:34) Setting Frame Rates
    • (03:11) Inserting & Removing Frames
    • (04:21) Onion Skinning
  • Creating Shape Tween Animations

    • (04:24) Shape Tweening Overview
    • (04:15) Shape Tweening Text & Lines
    • (04:19) Using Shape Hints pt. 1
    • (04:17) Using Shape Hints pt. 2
    • (06:36) Troubleshooting Broken Tweens
  • Creating Motion & Classic Tween Animations

    • (05:24) Classic Motion Tweening Overview
    • (03:21) Introduction to Object-based Motion Tweens
    • (03:34) Motion Tween Presets
    • (07:01) Animating the Alpha of Symbols & Text
    • (07:08) Cross-fading Images to Create a Slide Show pt. 1
    • (07:09) Cross-fading Images to Create a Slide Show pt. 2
    • (07:48) Animating Color & Size
    • (04:27) Rotating Animations Using Motion Tweens
    • (03:31) Rotating Animations Using Classic Tweens
    • (07:40) Tweening Effects
    • (04:51) Using Motion Guides with Classic Tweens
    • (04:49) Changing Animation Speeds by Easing Tweens
    • (04:17) Easing Classic Tweens
    • (04:46) Easing Motion Tweens pt. 1
    • (04:39) Easing Motion Tweens pt. 2
    • (04:10) Inverse Kinematics & Using the Bones Tool pt. 1
    • (04:49) Inverse Kinematics & Using the Bones Tool pt. 2
  • Working with Buttons

    • (04:07) Overview of Button Symbols
    • (07:26) Button States
    • (08:04) Button Types
    • (06:48) Creating Rollover Buttons
    • (05:55) Creating Invisible Buttons
    • (07:12) Adding Sound to Buttons
  • Working with Movie Clips

    • (05:09) Overview of Movie Clips
    • (06:04) Creating Movie Clips
    • (06:39) Editing Movie Clip Instances & Symbols
    • (05:44) Animating Buttons with Movie Clips
    • (06:52) Applying Blending Modes to Movie Clips
  • Working with Text

    • (03:22) About Flash Text
    • (05:11) Text Anti-Aliasing
    • (05:56) Text Types
    • (04:54) Spell Checking Text
    • (04:01) Text Options & Attributes pt. 1
    • (03:40) Text Options & Attributes pt. 2
    • (05:25) Text Options & Attributes pt. 3
    • (06:56) Embedded & Device Fonts
  • Working with Sound

    • (03:25) About Flash Audio
    • (04:18) Importing Sounds Into the Library
    • (07:56) Compressing Sounds
    • (04:48) Placing Sounds on the Timeline
    • (05:24) Setting Effects Using the Edit Sound Envelope
    • (07:14) Setting Sound Sync Options
  • Working with Video

    • (03:18) About Flash Video
    • (07:27) Encoding with the Adobe Media Encoder
    • (03:48) Importing Video
    • (04:59) Introduction to Video Compression
  • Adding Interactivity

    • (03:45) Overview: Adding Interactivity to Projects
    • (04:04) Introduction to Behaviors
    • (05:45) Useful Behaviors pt. 1
    • (04:12) Useful Behaviors pt. 2
    • (04:41) Overview of ActionScript
    • (06:56) ActionScript 3.0 vs. 2.0
    • (05:11) The Actions Panel
    • (04:57) Controlling the Timeline with ActionScript pt. 1
    • (04:03) Controlling the Timeline with ActionScript pt. 2
    • (06:36) ActionScript for Linking to Other Web Pages
    • (06:44) Setting Paths with the Insert Target Path Tool
    • (08:23) Converting Animations to ActionScript
  • Publishing

    • (05:02) Publishing Profiles & File Types
    • (03:36) Publishing to HTML
    • (06:52) SWF Publish Settings
    • (04:32) HTML Publish Settings pt. 1
    • (05:42) HTML Publish Settings pt. 2
    • (05:43) Creating Projectors & Adobe AIR Files
    • (07:21) Optimizing FLA files for SWF Output
  • Wrap Up

    • (02:16) Course Wrap Up
    • (01:09) Author Movie
Formateur : James Gonzalez
Langue : Anglais
Durée : 11
Nombre de séquences vidéo : 126
SKU : 33981
Réf :
ISBN : 1-935320-37-8
Date de publication : 2009-04-19
Compatibilité : Apple Mac OS X (PPC & Intel) | Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8
Formations compatibles iPad en VOD et via l'application TutoShop sur l'AppStore.

Descriptif :




James Gonzalez

James Gonzalez is a computer applications and digital communications professor at the College of Marin and is on the faculty of the Art Institute of Pittsburgh, Online Division, where he teaches courses in interactive media and Web design. James' current professional focus is on the application of digital media in online instructional environments. He has taught courses nationwide on the use of digital media software and its applications in instructional environments and has also published numerous works on these subjects including more than two dozen video and web-based instructional courses covering a variety of software applications and technologies including eLearning, Adobe Dreamweaver, Flash, and Fireworks, promoting web sites with SEO and many others.

+ 10 000 TUTOS EN VIDÉO
FORMEZ-VOUS EN ILLIMITÉ
SUR
VOD.TUTOROM.FR

A partir de 19€/mois seulement
Abonnez-vous