Adobe Flash CS4 - Level 2
- Course Categorization:
- Web Developer
- Course Provider:
- New Horizons Computer Learning Centers
- Learning Method:
- Classroom Learning
Lesson 1: Planning a Flash Project
- Understand a Workflow
- Translate Workflow Plans to Flash
Lesson 2: Designing a Project
- Initiate a Project
- Create Design Patterns
Lesson 3: Managing Symbols
- Use Movie Clips
- Organize Movie Assets
- Use Buttons
Lesson 4: Creating Advanced Animations
- Work with Inverse Kinematics
- Add Motion to Animations
- Apply 3-D Transformation to an Object
- Apply Effects to an Object
Lesson 5: Adding Audio to a Movie
- Import Audio
- Control Audio
Lesson 6: Working with ActionScript™ 3.0
- Understand ActionScript
- Add Interactivity Using ActionScript Elements
- Use Dynamic Mask
- Work with Components
Lesson 7: Publishing a Movie in Different Formats
- Add Metadata to SWF Files
- Ensure Accessibility
- Create Multiple Outputs
Lesson 8: Extending Flash
- Understand JSFL
- Understand Adobe® Extension Manager CS4
- Baltimore, MD - December 20, 2012
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