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Third year CSBN presentation   2nd quarter - flash gui
Third year CSBN presentation   2nd quarter - flash gui
Third year CSBN presentation   2nd quarter - flash gui
Third year CSBN presentation   2nd quarter - flash gui
Third year CSBN presentation   2nd quarter - flash gui
Third year CSBN presentation   2nd quarter - flash gui
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Third year CSBN presentation 2nd quarter - flash gui

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  • 1. Continuation of Lesson 2: Flash Report<br />Flash GUI<br />Raster Graphics – also known as bitmapped graphics, these are image information rendered as pixels; they are highly dependent on their original resolution<br />Vector Graphics – flexible enough to be scaled in many different ways without affecting the final resolution; best used for illustrations or drawings<br />Example of Vector Graphics:<br />Example of Raster Graphics:<br />
  • 2. The Menu Bar<br />The Timeline Panel<br />Onion skin options<br />Delete layer or folder<br />
  • 3. The Stage<br />
  • 4. The Panels<br />
  • 5. The Tools Window<br />Selection<br />a. Selection [V] – selects, modifies and moves line segments, corners and fills<br /> b. Subselection [A] – selects and moves specific points in the image<br />c. Lasso [L] – selects area defined by clicking and dragging<br />2. Drawing<br />a. Line [N] – creates lines. To limit the tool to draw straight lines, hold down Shift while dragging<br />b. Oval [O] and Rectangle [R] – create their respective shapes.<br />c. Pencil [Y] – lets you draw lines as you would using the pencil<br />d. Brush [B] – lets you paint fills as you would using a paint brush<br />e. Eyedropper [I] – allows you to copy a shape’s attributes and apply them on another<br /> f. Ink Bottle [S] – allows you to change the attributes of a stroke. This is useful in changing multiple strokes at a time<br />g. Paint Bucket [K] – allows you to change fills easily<br />h. Eraser [E] – erases shape just like the Brush tool<br />i. Pen [P] – create exact points through which strokes are drawn<br />
  • 6. 3. Navigation<br />a. Hand [H] – allows you to move the Stage in order to bring certain portions to view<br />b. Zoom [M] – allows you to zoom in or out of the document<br />4. Text<br />a. Text [T] – you can insert text into your document using this tool<br />b. Free Transform tool [Q] – allows you to scale, skew, rotate and distort shapes<br />c. Gradient Transform tool [F] – allows you to change the orientation and spread of your gradient<br />d. 3D rotation tool [W] – allows you to rotate a movieclip symbol in 3D space<br />e. 3D Transition tool [G] – allows you to rotate a movieclip symbol in horizontally or vertically<br />f. Deco tool [U] – you can add a certain drawing effects using this tool.<br />g. Bone tool [X] – this tool helps you create inverse kinetic animations like moving limbs or joints<br />h. Bind tool [U] – allows you to edit or fine tune the armatures that you’ve created using the Bone tool<br />
  • 7. Modifying Flash Document Properties<br />

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