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  1. OVERVIEW Chapter Lessons • Create shape-tweened animations • Create a mask effect • Add sound • Add scenes • Create an animated navigation bar Creating Special Effects

  2. INTRODUCTION Special Effects • Special effects can add variety and interest to a movie • Morphing • Changing one shape into another • Spotlight • Highlighting an area, or revealing part of the stage Creating Special Effects

  3. INTRODUCTION Special Effects • Sound Effects • Animated Navigation Bar • Causes a drop down menu when the user rolls over a button Creating Special Effects

  4. LESSON 1 Creating Shape Tween Animations • Greater control over shape transformations than with motion tweening • Can shift initial object’s shape into any form you desire • Can also change other properties of color, location, and size Creating Special Effects

  5. LESSON 1 Morphing Effects • Changing one object into another unrelated object • Requires only two keyframes • The number of frames between keyframes determines how quickly the morphing takes place Creating Special Effects

  6. LESSON 1 Shape Tweening • Can be applied only to editable graphics • To apply to instances, groups, text blocks or bitmaps, use “Break Apart” • A “Broken Apart” instance is no longer linked to its symbol • You can shape tween more than one object at a time as long as all objects are on the same layer Creating Special Effects

  7. LESSON 1 Shape Tweening • Shape tween an object in a straight line; rotating option unavailable • Use the Properties inspector to set acceleration and deceleration • Shape hints used to control more complex shape changes Creating Special Effects

  8. LESSON 1 Properties Panel Options • Ease • Adjust the rate of change between frames to create a more natural appearance • Between -1 and -100 will begin the tween gradually and accelerate • Between 1 and 100, begin the tween rapidly and then decelerate Creating Special Effects

  9. LESSON 1 Properties Panel Options • Blend • Distributive for smoother, irregular shapes • Angular preserves corners and straight lines • Flash defaults to Distributive option Creating Special Effects

  10. LESSON 1 Properties Panel Options Creating Special Effects

  11. LESSON 1 Shape Hints • Control a shape’s transition appearance during animation • Hints specified at the beginning and end of an animation correspond with one another • Hint suggests how the object should morph Creating Special Effects

  12. LESSON 1 Shape Hints Creating Special Effects

  13. LESSON 2 Create a Mask Effect • A mask layer allows you to cover up objects on another layer(s), and create a window through which you can view various objects on the other layer • Moving the window around can give you a spotlight effect Creating Special Effects

  14. LESSON 2 Understanding Mask Layers • You need at least two layers • Mask layer contains the window object through which you view objects on the layer below • The masked layer is the second layer which contains the objects that are viewed through the window Creating Special Effects

  15. LESSON 2 The Masking Process • Select masked layer containingobjects to be revealed • Create new “Mask” layer above • Draw a filled shape • Flash ignores bitmaps, gradients, transparencies • Use Layer Properties Dialog box to declare new layer a mask Creating Special Effects

  16. LESSON 2 The Masking Process • Lock both layers • Mask additional layers by dragging layers beneath the mask layer • To unmask a layer, drag it above the mask layer, or select and declare it normal through Layer Properties Creating Special Effects

  17. LESSON 2 Creating Special Effects

  18. LESSON 3 Add Sound • Sound adds impact to Flash movies • Quick process • Import the sound file into the Library • Create a new layer • Select the desired frame and drag the sound symbol onto the stage • Multiple sounds may go on each layer Creating Special Effects

  19. LESSON 3 Sound Formats • Flash supports • WAV (Windows Only) • AIFF (Macintosh Only) • MP3(Windows and Macintosh) • With QuickTime 4, Flash accepts add’l sound formats Creating Special Effects

  20. LESSON 3 Managing Sound • The Properties inspector allows you to synchronize sound and add basic effects like fades • Preview sounds in the Library Creating Special Effects

  21. LESSON 3 Adding Sound to Buttons • Open the Button Symbol • Create a sound layer and insert a keyframe in the down frame • Drag a sound from the Library Creating Special Effects

  22. LESSON 4 Working with Scenes • As your timelines grow, scenes help manage the Flash movie • To add a Scene, choose Insert >Scene, or use the Scene command from the Modify menu Creating Special Effects

  23. LESSON 4 The Scene Panel • Scene Panel allows you to manage and name your scenes • Rename a scene • Duplicate a scene • Add a scene • Delete a scene • Reorder scenes Creating Special Effects

  24. LESSON 4 Working with Scenes • New scenes can be created with new content • Split existing content into multiple scenes by copying and pasting frames from one scene’s timeline to another Creating Special Effects

  25. LESSON 4 Adding Interactivity to Scenes • By default, Flash plays scenes in order • Buttons can cause a movie to jump from one scene to another • Frame scripts can cause a movie to jump from one scene to another Creating Special Effects

  26. LESSON 4 Adding Interactivity to Scenes Creating Special Effects

  27. LESSON 5 Create an Animated Navigation Bar • Provides user with many options without cluttering the screen • Allows the user to go quickly to another location without navigation • Provides consistency in function and appearance Creating Special Effects

  28. LESSON 5 Create an Animated Navigation Bar • The Process • Create a navigation bar • Position the drop-down buttons • Add the animated mask • Assign actions to the drop down buttons • Assign a rollover action to the Navigation bar button • Create an invisible button Creating Special Effects

  29. LESSON 5 Using Frame Labels • Frame labels can be used in ActionScript code • Assign a label to a frame as an identifier • If you insert frames into the timeline, the label adjusts to the frames • The descriptive labels help you identify frames Creating Special Effects

  30. SUMMARY Chapter 5 Tasks • Create shape-tweened animation • Create a mask effect • Add sound • Add scenes • Create a slide show presentation Creating Special Effects