Understand and be able to use the basic skills and techniques needed to create Flash presentations and web content.
Whilst no experience with Flash is required, the user must be experienced with the operating system.
Why use flash? | Understanding different Flash file types | Using the Flash Interface | Understanding Bitmap and Vector graphics
Understanding Merge drawing and Object drawing | Using the Line Tool | Using the Oval and Rectangle tools | Using the Polystar Tool | Using the Deco Tool
Working with lines and fills | Using the Toolbar tools including Pen, Brush and Free Transform | Using the Colour and Colour Swatches panels | Creating Gradients | Using the Align Panel
Understanding Adobe Air | Viewing a simple AIR application | Publishing an AIR application
Import external graphics | Adjusting Bitmap properties | Using the Trace Bitmap tool | Understanding the Library | Updating the Library | Using graphic symbols
Organising objects onto layers | Creating layers | Using the Paste in Place command | Showing, hiding and locking layers | Using Masks | Creating Guide Layers
Understanding the Text Layout Framework | Using the Text Tool | Working with text fields | Embedding fonts | Using Device Fonts | Using the Break Apart command
Using frames, keyframes and blank frames | Creating a simple animation | Using the Onion Skin tool | Copying and Pasting Frames
Importing sounds | Using behaviours to load sounds | Adding video | Using Flash video components Publishing Flash for web use | Using Flash and HTML together
Understanding audio in Flash | Importing and using Audio | Compressing audio with the Library | Adjusting sound properties
Understanding Video in Flash | Importing and using video | Using FLV playback | Working with cue points
Checking for accessibility issues | Testing a Flash file | Using the Publish Settings window | Adjusting SWF publish settings | Publishing as a graphic | Publishing as a videoSee all of the available Seven Institute Adobe Courses