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Adobe Flash: Beginners

Adobe Flash: Beginners

College
London College of Communication
Taught by
A respected industry expert

Description


This course will teach you the basics of Adobe Flash. You will learn how to create vector graphic animations that are viewed through the Adobe Flash Player and can be embedded in websites. The Flash application allows software programming through action script or Javascript Flash language which allows user interactivity and is the current industry standard software.

Topics covered

  • The flash interface
  • Drawing using vector graphics
  • Paths and text
  • Symbols and masks
  • The time line
  • Tweening
  • Onion skinning
  • Layout
  • Action script basics
  • Using the Library
  • Linking
  • Multimedia files
  • Sound and video
  • Importing
  • Publishing
  • Accessibility and testing

Course Outcomes
By the end of the course you should be able to:

  • Draw shapes in Flash
  • Create animations using shape and motion tweens
  • Import images and use them in your animation
  • Use action script to control the animation
  • Export files for viewing in Flash player
  • Who Should Attend

Who Should Attend
This course is ideal if you want to learn the basics of animation using flash.

Level
Beginner : You do not need any prior knowledge of Adobe Dreamweaver.

Follow Up Courses
After you have completed this course you may want to continue your Adobe education with Adobe Dreamweaver: Beginners.

Customised Training
We also offer bespoke Adobe courses and animation courses for groups, individuals and businesses. To find out more, visit our Customised Training page or view Gardiner & Theobald, UK: Digital Adobe Training case study.

Related Courses
We offer a wide range of Adobe courses for Adobe Creative Suite - find out more on our Digital Skills page.

Tutor Description


This course will be taught by a respected industry expert.

Available dates

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