Adobe Flash CS5.5 for Beginners

Learn how to use Flash CS5.5 with ultimate flash cs5 tutorials to create Interactive Content.
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How to create standalone presentations and animated scenes from beginning to end.
How to create web-ready videos using the Flash encoder and create usable playback controls.
How to import graphics and artwork from Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator into an active Flash project.
How to work with text, images, audio and video within Adobe Flash.
How to publish Flash projects to a variety of formats.

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Description

A Verifiable Certificate of Completion is presented to all students who undertake this course.

Adobe Flash is still the leading way to create animations, games and presentations that can be viewed on any computer and countless mobile devices. It's also an incredibly popular way to share high quality video. Now in this hands-on Adobe flash cs5 tutorials for Beginners course, you'll learn how to work within the application to create impressive visuals for interactive animations, website interfaces and streaming online videos with usable controls.

The Adobe Flash Training Video course presented by professor Andy Anderson is a beginner-friendly guide to multimedia creation using the program's professional features. You'll learn how to work in Flash from the most basic creation of a project to adding layers, working with the timeline, adjusting colors, importing graphics, introducing interactivity and more. It could take years to learn such a wide range of skills on your own, but in this guided course you can learn how to put your videos, animations and presentations online in a matter of hours.

Take this Adobe Flash Training course now and learn how to create awesome animation with flash CS5.

Who this course is for:

  • Beginning users interested in creating interactive projects and animations for the web.
  • Graphic designers coming from Photoshop and Illustrator wanting to incorporate their artwork into Flash projects.
  • Multimedia producers interested in how Flash can be used to share their audio and video projects across the web.

Course content

17 sections148 lectures10h 33m total length
  • Working Files - Download These First
    00:01
  • Introduction
    02:30
  • Working With Enhanced Scaling Assets
    03:02
  • Adding Pinning Support For IK Objects
    02:58
  • The Improved Snippets Panel
    06:02
  • Sharing Assets With The Projects Panel
    04:40
  • Cache As Bitmap, And Export To Bitmap
    01:50
  • Converting Vector To Bitmap
    01:43
  • Publishing To iOS Devices
    04:54
  • Conclusion
    01:05

Instructor

Andy Anderson
  • 4.4 Instructor Rating
  • 480 Reviews
  • 144,940 Students
  • 1 Course

Andy Anderson is a graphic designer, marketer, motivator, and has been in the industry for over twenty-five years. A sought-after trainer, he has been listed in the top forty designer/trainers in the United States for the four years running.

Andy Anderson combines a rare blend of technical and communications skills seldom seen in a university professor. Formerly director of a four-state college school system, he designed, wrote, and implemented curriculum dealing with computer science, graphics, and the Internet.

He has authored over 17 major titles in creative design (including one science-fiction novel), written numerous articles for magazine and newspaper, appeared on NBC news as a computer consultant, and produced over 50 training CDs and DVDs. Andy uses his unique talents to work with and train designers from Fortune 500 &100 companies, to Hollywood studios.

He is the owner of One-of-a-Kind Productions, Inc: a company specializing in, graphic art and design, Web design, multimedia marketing and advertising. He holds several degrees including: science education, and history. In addition, to his graphic side, Andy is an accomplished chef, who loves cooking and entertaining. His first cookbook (but not his last), was released in Spring 2008).

When he's not touring the planet sharing his knowledge with other like-minded creative people, he enjoys staying at home in Wichita, KS, with his wonderful wife Bonnie, their two dogs: Herb Tarlic Jr., and Lovejoy. In the Spring and Summer months you can find him working on his next book, out by the koi pond, and staring at the fish.