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# Morphing - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Morphing. Meaning : transforming a shape into another . Create a new layer within a new doc. Make sure you have a first frame to draw into, otherwise, press F6 . Draw one shape of any kind on frame 1. Then go to say frame 30, press F6 to define a frame.

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• Meaning: transforming a shape into another.

• Create a new layer within a new doc. Make sure you have a first frame to draw into, otherwise, press F6.

• Draw one shape of any kind on frame 1. Then go to say frame 30, press F6 to define a frame.

• Once defined, delete the shape u drew on frame 1, and draw a different shape on frame 30.

• Upon completion, you’ll have 2 different shapes.

SimpleMovie Clip Animation

• Create a shape, then draw the details to represent a smiley.

• For the eyes, convert the layer into a movie clip.

• Open it, and insert a key-frame (F6), and adjust the eyes.

• Create a mouth - > Convert to movie clip - > insert a keyframefurther right - > tweak it to represent a smile - > apply a motion tween.

• Bring a picture to the stage.

• Create a new layer with a defined shape. Right click on the layer and select mask.

• It’s a mask, but static.

• Insert keyframe, say frame30. for both the picture & the shape.

• Tweenthe shape and voila. You have a tween and a mask.

• Identical to that of shape masking

• Here, you can make letters appear one by one and with some gradient effect.

• Define some text on a layer, and a shape onto another layer.

• Make the shape start from the left end and arrives to the right end.

• Apply a motion tween. Right-click and set the layer to mask.

• Switch the layers and experiment with a slightly different effect

BasicMotion

• On frame 1, draw a circle.

• Insert keyframe on frame 30. select the latter and move the shape to a different position.

• Right click on any frame between 1-30 and select create motion tween.

ColorAnimation

• Create a shape.

• Insert a few keyframes, and on each , keyframe, change the color of the shape.

• Use a color for like 2-3 frames, instead of a frame for one color

• Fade in: alpha goes from 0 to 100.

• Fade out: alpha goes from 100 to 0.

• Create a shape or some text.

• Convert to symbol - > graphic right away.

• Place a keyframe further up the timeline.

• On frame 1, set alpha to zero, and on the last frame, set alpha to a 100. right click anywhere in between the frames and create motion tween. Play it.

Button’s Properties

• Define a shape and some text within a layer.

• Select all - > convert to symbol - > button.

• Double click and enter the button’s features.

• 4 features : up, over, down, hit.

• Insert keyframes for the rest and alter the colors etc.

• There you have a button. Just add some AS to trigger an action

Zoom Effect

• Truly simple.

• Create a shape, very small one on frame 1.

• Add a keyframe on frame 30. Then select and scale up the shape you just did.

• Properties - > tween - > shape

• Zooming out follows the exact opposite of zooming in. Begin with a bigger shape and end with a smaller version of that shape.

• Define 4 layers. (button, sound, animation, action)

• Button Layer: create play, pause and stop shapes. Then convert each to a button. Add the scripts as shown.

• Click on each and insert the action as shown.

• Sound Layer: first import a sound to library - > go to properties - > sound - > select from drop down list.

• Animation layer: create a simple tween.

From frame 0-60.

• Action layer: add a stop on the first frame.

TheFinalPiece

• A simple way to present and design things. All layers play according to their entry in time. Thus, you control what comes at a certain point in your movie.

• The file is given for you to study it…and share it this knowledge to each other.