DPR-718 - Introduction to Flash CS6

In this course, you will learn how to create animation, interactive movies, and mobile apps in Flash CS6 and develop several full-blown Flash applications. We will start by reviewing the Flash workspace, creating text and graphics, and animating objects on the Flash stage. Look in detail at the anatomy of a Flash movie-how to use the Flash timeline, layers and frames to control objects, and timing on the stage. While creating your first Flash movie, you will be taught how to format and embed external digital media and how to make them appear or play at specific times. We will also look at controlling digital media based on specific events, such as end user mouse clicks. No course on Flash is complete without an introduction to ActionScript, Flash's powerful programming language. We will get our hands dirty, creating interactive buttons with ActionScript 3.0. Learn to write scripts that control movie flow, and scripts that call to and load external videos, Web pages, and other Flash movie files. As we create our movie, we'll go over creating and animating 3-D objects, syncing sounds with animations, and publishing your Flash movies to the Internet and to mobile apps. By the end of the course, you will understand the fundamentals of Flash and be ready to master more advanced Flash topics.
Academic Level
Continuing Education Level
Subject
Data Processing
Department
Continuing Ed - Open Classes
Credits
Not Available
Prerequisites
None
Corequisites
None
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