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Creating a Motion-Guided Path with Adobe Flash

adobe flash create motion guided path

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#1 OneDes


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Posted 13 June 2013 - 03:57 PM

To create a motion guided path using Adobe Flash
1.Launch your Adobe Flash application. Go to "New" and select the document type.
2.You can either create an object on your Stage or import any image and place it on the Stage. The image should be positioned at the point where your motion-guided path will start.
3.Right click on the first frame in the "Layers" panel, select the "Insert Key Frame". This will set your ending location for the object’s frame
4.Make a new layer on top of the first layer; name your new layer . Using a brush tool create a continuous line starting from your image to the place where the animation movement stops. This line is the motion-guided path, and your image will move along it when the clip is played.
5.Select the frame you want the animation to end and then set a new key frame. Move your image to the point where your guide ends in the frame. The longer your motion path, the more frames you need to skip before you set your second key frame.
6.Right click the middle of the two layers and choose the option "Motion Tween". Save your file.
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#2 acid



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Posted 09 November 2013 - 07:30 PM

great.. thank you :)

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