How to Animate in Adobe Flash

In Flash we create  2D animation for web.We  don’t need any special concept for this animation.Animation means movement of image /graphic/shapes /symbol in symmetric way. we create animation in flash by using different frames in technical  order.By using this software we create less spaced animation.

1. Step one.Open the flash program

First open the Adobe Flash software from your computer.Than click the file and create new file. Change the workspace layout to “Essentials” by clicking on the drop-down menu in the upper left of the top menu bar. flash

2.Step Tow:Import the image

From the top menu Open or click  file-import- import library.Press Ctr l+l for see la the library in screen.Drag the image from library and go to the properties  adjust the size.

import laibrary

3.Step Three : Convert the image to a symbol

Convert the image into a movie clip by clicking on the image and hitting F8. In the window that pops up  and change the type to “Movie Clip.” Click OK.

symbole for flash

4.Step four: Create a Motion Tween

For animating  this object or picture we need to create motion tween.f In the timeline, right-click (or command-click for Mac) on the first frame of the layer and select “Create Motion Tween.” This extends the first frame out to 30 frames. These 30 frames will contain the animation.


5.Step Five: Adjust the animation path

After creating motion  tween we move  the image for animation .click in the last frame and move the seen image new point to old point like the following image.the animation is ready.Hit Ctrl and Enter on the keyboard to test the animation.

flash animation path

6.  Step six:Publish the document

Once you have added as many animations as you want, save the document by going to File, Save. To publish the animation, go to File, Publish Settings. Check all of the boxes that you would like to export your animation as. The exported files should save in the same folder where you saved the document.

Publish-the-document on flash


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