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Motion tween resize

  1. 1. Motion Tween<br />Let’s Go!<br />
  2. 2. Motion tween<br />Motion tweenis nothing but tweening a Symbol's movement from one position to another. To implement Motion Tween all that you have to do is, provide Flash with Symbol's initial position and the end position. <br />
  3. 3. It is also the ability to move on an object in either linear or non- linear fashion. This must be created carefully in order to achieve the desired results. This will outline the steps in order to achieve a motion tween.<br />
  4. 4. Steps to follow:<br /><ul><li> Open a new flash file (Ctrl+N).  New Document window will appear</li></ul> Select General panel and choose Type: Flash Document . Press OK.<br /><ul><li> If your timeline window is not open, press (Ctrl+Alt+T).
  5. 5. Now you can see a single Layer called "Layer1" in your timeline Window.</li></li></ul><li>
  6. 6. <ul><li> Select the first frame. Import your image onto stage, upon which you would want to implement motion tween. </li></ul> File>Import>Import to Stage, or just press (Ctrl+R). <br /> Or you can even draw your own object, you can either choose Rectangular tool or Oval tool from the tool box and draw your desired shape.<br />
  7. 7. <ul><li> Now select your object on the stage and press F8 to convert this image to a Symbol. Convert to Symbol window will pop-up. </li></ul>Nameyour Symbol what ever you like.<br />Select Graphic behavior and press OK.<br />
  8. 8. Note:  You can create motion tween only on symbols. So any object upon which you would want to implement motion tween, First convert the object to a Symbol. <br />
  9. 9. For motion tween animations we have to create the first and the final stages of the animation and Flash will create all the frames in between. The first part of our animation will be 20 frames long. <br /><ul><li> Right-click frame 20 on the only layer we have on the timeline and select Insert Frame to expand the number of frames in this layer to 20.</li></li></ul><li>
  10. 10. We will now create a motion tween by right-clicking this set of frames and selecting Create Motion Tween. The color of the frames shall change into blue and a dotted line shall appear through it.<br />
  11. 11. The first keyframe on our layer contains our initial animation position. We now have to create a keyframe to contain our end-stage animation position. .<br /><ul><li>Right-click frame 20 and select Insert Keyframe. A small black dot shall appear in frame 20 and an arrow should connect it to the black dot in frame 1</li></li></ul><li>
  12. 12. <ul><li> Our timeline is now ready, all we have to do is position our circle to its final destination, change its size if we want, change the color and we're done. </li></ul> Use the Free Transform Tool to move the circle to the other side of the stage and to enlarge its size. Once you're done, you can press Enter on your keyboard to see the objects move and change in size!<br />
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  14. 14. With the circle selected, choose Window < Transform to open up the transform window. Leave the size the same, but change the Rotate or Skew to 170 and press ENTER<br />