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Flash Tutorials


  1. Flash Hacks 
    This collection offers expert Flash tips and tricks for optimization, creating interesting effects, ActionScript programming, sound and video effects, and much more--and you don't need to be an expert to use them (although you'll certainly look like one). Ranging from practical hacks to the fun and quirky, the book covers Flash MX, Flash MX 2004, and Flash MX Professional 2004. If you want more than your average Flash user, Flash Hacks is for you. 
  2. Flash Out of the Box 
    Flash is all about creating unparalleled user experiences and applications for the Web. And this book is all about helping you think outside of the box to get there. Intuitive and user-centric, Flash Out of the Box gets you animating, working with video, loading external assets, drawing, masking, modularizing, and more for developing the foundation you need to move out of the box and into even more advanced techniques.
  3. CBT Cafe
    CBT Cafe stands for Computer Based Training Cafe. We offer free web based software training and web based software tutorials for multimedia and graphic design in HTML, QuickTimeŽ Video, and Flash video training formats. We cover the most popular web design and graphics software programs, including: Flash MX, Fireworks MX, Dreamweaver MX, Photoshop, Cleaner 5, QuickTime, Ebay, and PowerPoint.
  4. Flash MX 2004 Timeline Preloader 
    Our tutorials cover basics of Flash MX 2004 along with some beautiful timeline effects, animations and Flash programming. Tutorials include a live demo .swf and download .fla files. We are sure you would enjoy going through our tutorials. We have explained each tutorial in simple language along with step by step instructions so that it would be easy for everyone to follow. Our tutorial section is updated regularly coz we love to share all that we know. 
  5. Flash MX 2004 Analog Clock
    This tutorial will explain how to create an Analog Clock in Flash MX 2004. The free download .fla file is also included at the end of the tutorial.
  6. Introduction aboout Flash 4 Tutorial
    It doesn't require the scripting savvy of dynamic HTML, and if you've ever used Macromedia's Director, you already have a head start. Even if you haven't, Mike Kay is here to help you catch up. Mike teaches you how to animate in a Flash by running down what tools you need and then showing you how to use them. He concludes with the scoop on infusing your Flash animations with a touch of interactivity and sound, and he loads your plate with things to learn for the future.
  7. Becoming a Flash 5 Master
    Creating examples of Web art that shine with unburdened creativity is easy with Flash 5. In fact, you can create more than just simple Web-based animations with Flash ? audio, site navigation, and full interactivity are at your disposal as well. So put on those monkey goggles and pull up a chair. In the latest Flash 5 tutorial, Mike teaches you how to animate in a jiffy by running down what tools you need and then showing you how to use them. He stops along the way to cover file optimization, pulldown menus, importing sounds, and the amazing tellTarget action. If you're a beginner, there's plenty here for you to absorb. If you're a seasoned pro, then let Mike take you back to school you for a few tricks to help make your final Flash projects cleaner and meaner.
  8. About The Flash
    HTML is ideal for creating static websites where text and images are placed at fixed positions. But it doesn't really support dynamic sites, where text, images, and animations are moving around on the screen. Traditionally, these effects were achieved with animated GIF images or java applets.
  9. WDVL: Flash
    Flash has already grabbed everyone's attention as the hot thing in Web animation, and it promises to be an increasingly serious tool in Web development. This section will cover Flash, including articles, tutorials, links and resources. Whether you want to splatter paint with your Wacom tablet or draw line art with a mouse, Flash offers an array of choices. This excerpt from The Flash Animator focuses on the various tools artists can use to draw in Flash.
  10. Flash Animation
    The Timeline is the main control for creating animations. In this Animation Overview lesson, you use the Timeline to create animations and buttons. The frame is the basic building block of animation in Flash. A series of frames played in rapid succession creates an animation. A frame is any single image within a movie. Each image can be comprised of any number of layers.
  11. Macromedia Flash
    Until recently, graphics on the Web were limited to GIFs and JPEGs. Now there is Macromedia Flash. It allows the creation of dazzling graphics and animations. Flash 3, the newest version of the technology, also gives you the capability of creating interactive games. It's also a very fast-loading format, which means users don't need to wait forever while animations download. How is this possible? Flash streams, and it streams well. A properly designed Flash page should normally start playing almost instantly. GIFs and JPEGs can be reduced substantially in file size when converted to the Flash format. This potential for reduced download times, combined with Flash's streaming capability, allows pages created with Flash to start displaying faster, load more quickly, and provide greater possibilities for design and presentation.
  12. Flash Kit
    This tutorial explains layers, adding them, removing them and using them in your movies, By Eddie Carroll. A guide to using and ordering scenes, as well as using the scene inspector. This tutorial outlines the difference between vector graphics and bitmap graphics. It is for the Flash Newbie! By Jessamin Swearingen.
  13. Object Oriented Programming
    This will be an attempt to explain what object-oriented programming is, why it is useful, and how it may apply to programs you make in Flash 5. It assumes you are reasonably familiar with actionscript, (or javascript, with an asterisk or two). It will attempt to explain OO programming as a new system, unrelated to 'normal' procedural programming styles. This tutorial will likely be most useful (and least annoying) to either those who have almost no programming experience, or those who have an advanced understanding of OO techniques but are coming from a different language. Inexplicably, it is aimed at all you fine people in the middle.
  14. Flash MX
    Flash MX is now available for trial download, and you can buy it for US$499 or upgrade from Flash 5 for $199. If you are looking for a non-English version, French, German, and Japanese versions are now available, but Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Italian, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish, and Swedish won't be ready for some time. Flash MX seems very stable, even while while working with imported video clips. However, it can be a memory hog. The default memory configuration for Macintosh OS 9.x is set to 136MB. Because of the way OS 9.x handles memory, you may run into problems or experience crashes if RAM is tight on your computer. As long as you aren't importing video or doing other heavy-duty tasks, you could set Flash MX's memory allocation to as low as 64MB.
  15. Flash CFM
    There are ColdFusion Flash tutorials for all skill levels so be sure to browse through the categories and download the tutorials that fit your needs. Also, please feel free to submit your tutorial to us using our tutorial submission form.
  16. Optimizing Flash
    Clearly, you need to learn how to reduce the file sizes of your Flash animations. And that's just what you're going to learn how to do in the pages that follow. To shave off the KB from your Flash files, you need to construct them as efficiently as possible. The key to doing this is drawing things as few times as possible. Not only does this reduce the size of your file, but it has a delightful side effect: If you have to make a change to the animation, it's a lot easier, and quicker, to do because even though an object may appear many times in your Flash project, you only have to change it in one place.
  17. SmartWebby's Guide to Flash 'n' ASP Unleashed
    The answer to this question is pretty simple. Macromedia's Flash being a much hyped about media is gaining popularity fast due to its impressive interface and interactivity. This being irrespective of the fact that sometimes the loading time can be a put off (if the viewer has got a slow Internet connection or the flash movie is huge in size). If skillfully used the beauty of a flash interface and its quick interactive capabilities with minimal loading time can be easily achieved. Coming to Microsoft's ASP (Active Server Pages - a technology that provides a framework for building dynamic HTML pages which enable Internet andIntranet applications to be interactive). ASP is very much a front runner in the race for dynamic and database driven web sites. In relation to Flash, ASP can be used as a bridge between the database and the flash interface.
  18. A Walk Cycle in Flash
    You just finished your first wonderful and beautiful Flash animation. You put all your love, blood, and guts into it, and it shows. The stylish design is top notch, the dialogue between the characters is witty, and your amateur voice actors (bribed into service with promises of back rubs and marzipan) sound surprisingly well studied. You're poised to submit this award-tempting piece to Animation Express, however, when you notice that something looks wrong. The star of the animation, the "Walking Across the Living Room" guy, is supposed to look hilarious. And he does ... but for all the wrong reasons. You spent so much time working through the little details ? the big stomach flapping around, the little hand scratching that huge butt. But it still doesn't feel quite right, somehow. He doesn't really walk. Rather, he slides, hops, and jerks all over the carpet. Drat! Curses! And so on! Well, the important thing to remember is: Don't panic.
  19. Flash CFM
    FlashCFM has all the resources to educate developers on creating Flash and ColdFusion applications. With tutorials, forums, articles, an active mailing list and more, FlashCFM is a premiere on-line resource center dedicated to serve the Flash & ColdFusion application development.




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July 5, 2012
i like flash

i want to work in flash
July 5, 2012
i like flash

i want to work in flash much and moretime