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  • need your help please..!!!

    Hi

    I am a new member, and i have a few questions about flash program

    1- What type of animation (s) in flash generate a picture for each frame between your two key frames?

    2- How can I play the video in flash program??( i remember their is a program to change something in the video)

    3-
    Does Flash work with Vector graphics or Bitmap graphics , and can we import them and animate them if the answer is yes??

    4- if I have a picture (jpg) with which program can i convert it to vector format? (can I convert with flash or Illustrator)

    I will be thankful if you answered these questions for me

  • #2
    Hey soody, all that (and more) is in the help files. But if you're just considering purchasing this product, there's lots of free on-line tutorial sites to check out too.

    Briefly: 1> Export options, pick a raster format. 2> Embed a video you mean? 3> Both. Animate? Primarily vector animation. Not much support for editing raster-based animation. 4> Either directly in Flash, or AI. Don't count on instant or usable results without a lot of compromises and grunt work.

    Where are you from? Are you a one-post wonder, or are you here to stay?

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    • #3
      first, thank you bro for your help, actually I am From UAE, and I am here to stay because I want to learn more about graphic design.


      1) can you please explain for me more about question 1.

      2) yap

      4) can you please explain for me the steps of converting bitmap image to vector in flash program.



      ^_^

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      • #4
        Soody - your asking a lot of questions that can be answered by doing a google search. I'd suggest browsing the adobe website - the flash support area should have all the info you are looking for. If your just starting out in design, I'd suggest not starting out with flash, and learn the basics first. There are a ton of threads and sticky's about getting started in design.

        Regarding bitmap to vector. Most designers don't just convert a bitmap to vector - it is usually re-drawn in illustrator and exported into flash. You don't need to convert bitmaps/jpegs, etc. into a vector for it to be imported into flash however. Flash does support bitmap images.

        To embed a flash video onto a website, google swfobject 2.0 - you can download and read the documentation there.

        Hope that helps!
        | Valerie |
        "Make sure the fortune that you seek is the fortune that you need"
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        • #5
          You might find the mysqldump utility useful.

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          • #6
            agreed , agreed, i usually prefer using .png for flash work if i have to import something, it allows for transperency. .which is always a plus.

            but yea , try using flash tutorials or help section. I also find youtube big help w tutorials on how to do stuff.
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            • #7
              also check out lynda.com for some awesome video tutorials...its paid, but much better and professional quality learning imho.

              I'd also check out http://www.flashkit.com it was my first go-to source when I started learning flash. There are tons of movies for you to download and rip apart to see how they work also. Best of luck and welcome to GDF!
              | Valerie |
              "Make sure the fortune that you seek is the fortune that you need"
              -Ben Harper

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              • #8
                also flashgods.org
                This post is brought to you by the letter E and the number 9. Those are the buttons I push to get a Twix out of the candy machine.
                "I put my heart and my soul into my work, and have lost my mind in the process."

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                • #9
                  Thanks all For helping me
                  I'll go over the websites now

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