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Flash Tutorial: The Basics

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Published on Jul 16, 2010

First you will need to open Flash, and start a new file.
Now this is your first layer.
In your first layer you will put your background in.
If it's too big or too small, right click and click free transform
There we go.
Now we need our "Character"
Insert a new layer
It is the page thing with a blue plus on it
If it is an animated character, then watch this part and i will
show you how to use it properly
Look at this, for example.
The parts are all split
HOWEVER
the parts are in my library.
So now, you delete the frames in that layer
Now insert the first image of the animated character
it should be in your library, at the far right
Now, right click it and click, convert to symbol or whatever
Now double click it
In most cases, insert a blank keyframe for every two spaces
insert as much equal to the number of character images there are.
This time, i'm going to cut out a few bits.
There is a blankj single frame at the end.
Delete it,
Here is the result( in the actual animation ti will be repetitive)
Double click thbe background
Now, insert enough frames
Each frame is only 0.1 second, so you should make it pretty long if it's goiong to be a main scene
If your character is too big right now, right click it and click free transform.
Now for him/her to move!(If he's going to that is)
Right click your frame and click "Create Motion Tween"
At the end of the blue bar right click the final frame and click, convert to keyframe.
In that frame, move your character to the area where you want it to end up.
Like this.
Now this is how it ends up.
Also, if you need to create more frames...
Just right click and insert blank keyframes!

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