Flash MX : Graphics, Animation and Interactivity / Edition 1

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Flash MX: Graphics, Animation and Interactivity provides a no-nonsense approach to mastering the latest version of Macromedia Flash. Brimming with hands-on introductory, intermediate, and advanced exercises and examples on CD, the book covers vector animation commonly associated with Flash while demonstrating how to integrate video, sound, text, and basic ActionScripting to heighten your site experience. Written by a best-selling professor, all the text's materials have been classroom tested and refined. Key Features: · Extensive review of how vector drawing, painting, selection, transformation and manipulation work · Coverage of methods for creating 2D animation and for integrating content from other 2D and 3D packages · Comprehensive discussion of integrating raster graphics, sound and video into Flash MX productions · Companion CD includes applied examples plus working demo releases of Macromedia and third party software Key Features: · Extensive review of how vector drawing, painting, selection, transformation and manipulation work · Coverage of methods for creating 2D animation and for integrating content from other 2D and 3D packages · Comprehensive discussion of integrating raster graphics, sound and video into Flash MX productions · Companion CD includes applied examples plus working demo releases of Macromedia and third party software
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This guide to Web site creation explains basic concepts and provides examples of the uses of Flash MX functions. It includes coverage of vector animation and 2D animation methods, as well as on integrating video, sound, text, and basic scripting. A companion CD includes applied examples and demonstration releases of software. Mohler teaches computer graphics technology at Purdue University. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780766842069
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • Publication date: 5/28/2002
  • Edition description: BK&CD-ROM
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 672
  • Product dimensions: 7.39 (w) x 9.11 (h) x 1.29 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
Ch. 1 An Overview of Flash 1
Ch. 2 Getting Started 21
Ch. 3 Flash Basics 47
Ch. 4 Drawing and Painting Tools 89
Ch. 5 Working with Text 123
Ch. 6 Symbols and Libraries 141
Ch. 7 Bitmap Graphics 173
Ch. 8 Sound Elements 191
Ch. 9 2D Animation and Effects 219
Ch. 10 3D Animations and Flash 279
Ch. 11 Video and Flash 299
Ch. 12 Testing, Integration, and Distribution 325
Ch. 13 Introduction to ActionScripting 371
Ch. 14 Working with Actions 445
Ch. 15 Printing and Accessibility 491
Glossary 503
App. A Skewing Angles for Elements 521
App. B Deprecated Actions 535
App. C Other Macromedia Tools 537
App. D Configuring Your Server 539
App. E Key Code Values 543
App. F: About the Companion CD-ROM 545
Index 551
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