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listen to Weekly Podcast Audio Podcast (week 13) Flash Pro

Lecture Night #5 at the Rocklin Campus Rm. V121

?/? ~ 4:00pm to 5:50pm. (This may not be in the right week.)

Flash Pro HYBRID #5 ZIP here: Includes all files needed. (not yet)

View Helpful Videos Video Series on Flash Pro for week 13 Videos See the week 13 Videos from this link.

This week Todd Perkins will talk about "symbols" and the "Timeline" in Flash CS5 Pro, you'll also learn about the different "Keyframes" used in Flash movies.

week 13: Flash Pro FLASH CS4 PRO

Original FLASH CS4 Pro Exer. by Prof. Al to supplement the course.

This week the Course Packet files work with Scroll Text and Scroll Components, you'll also get to see how to combine Dynamic Text with ActionScript for Buttons and Sound.

The Demos include using Flash Scenes, and loading SWF files and JPG files. Note: New Browsers have done their best to block loading JPG files, so you may have some difficulty getting past this in your Browser. If this is true for you, you'll have to follow the instructions given you by your Browser to over-ride the block.

Don't forget, all exercises are to be turned in on Web pages, not SWF or FLA files.

View Helpful Videos Prof Al's Camtasia Video Lectures the 13th Week

  1. Results Week 2 of Flash Pro Exercises.
    The link above is a new movie with current 2010 information for this semesters class.
  2. Short Movie on how Demo 3 was made.
    The above movie was made in 2009 as a correction for some bogus coordinates given in the printed Demo exercise. However, it may still be of value to you, if only to see how the three different scenes were laid out with Movie Clips. If nothing else, you got to relax for 4 minutes!

week 13: Flash Pro Flash Pro Exercises

  1. ex05.1scrollText.html
  2. ex05.2scrollComponent.html
  3. ex06dynamicText.html


These Flash Pro exercises will give you more practice getting familiar with the Flash Interface. Remember, you are not to upload any .FLA files to your Web Host, these files remain with you for future edits or backups. Do not upload just a .SWF file to your Web Host, these files are no longer accessible for everyone as they were in the past. Every .SWF file is to be embedded into an HTML file for publishing.

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any .FLA files

only HTML with embedded .SWF files

Visit the Blog WeeklyVisit the VoiceThread Weekly for Credit

VoiceThread Topic for Week ELEVEN: The Flash Library holds all of your important files and is saved along with your FLA documents. There are built-in Libraries and Libraries you can link to as well. One element that can be found in these Libraries is called a Symbol. Please discuss what these Symbols are, what kind exist and why you should use them or just ignore them entirely? Surely, I jest.