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Flash CS6

Flash CS6

 

Lets’ learn about Flash CS6 today. 

Introduction

Adobe Flash Professional CS6 is a multimedia platform. It is used to create digital animation, rich web applications, websites and movies. As well as content for mobile phones and other embedded devices. It is frequently used for creating advertisements and games for the entertainment industry.

Some of the most popular games made in Flash CS6 are Minesweeper, Tetris, and Bejewelled. It has also been used to create many popular movies and series such as Off-Mikes, Gotham Girls, Home Star Runner, etc.

As a beginner, you must know how to start Adobe Flash Professional CS6, create a new Flash CS6 document, and Adobe Flash Professional CS6 interface. And, work with different panels.

How to start Adobe Flash Professional CS6?

To start Adobe Flash Professional CS6, you have the follow the following steps;

  1. First, choose the Start button on the taskbar; the Start menu will be displayed. 
  2. Next, choose All Programs ->Adobe Production Premium CS6 ->Adobe 

Flash Professional CS6 from the Start menu.

 

  1. The Adobe Flash Professional CS6 welcome screen will be displayed. 

 Questions 

  1. What is Adobe Flash Professional CS6?
  2. How to start Adobe Flash Professional CS6? Write all the necessary steps.

How to create a new Flash CS6 document?

You can choose the Action Script 3.0 from the Create New area of the welcome screen.

Alternatively, you can choose File ->New from the menu bar; the New Document dialog box will appear.

In this dialog box, choose Action Script 3.0 from the

General tab and then choose the OK button; a new flash file will be created. 

The Adobe Flash Professional CS6 Interface

The interface of Flash CS6 consists of a Stage, Tools panel, Timeline panel, Properties panel, menu bar and application bar. Using the tools in this interface, you can create interactive websites and digital animations as well as edit and add elements to your movie. You can also import files from Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe After Effects in Flash CS6.

 Questions

  1. How to create a new Flash CS6 document?
  2. Explain Adobe Flash Professional CS6 Interface.

 Recap

  1. Introduction to Adobe Flash Professional CS6.
  2. How to start Adobe Flash Professional CS6?
  3. How to create a new Flash CS6 document?
  4. The Adobe Flash Professional CS6 Interface; components.

 

Quiz for Flash CS6

Q.1

Where is the envelop distort tool located?

a) Located at the bottom of the box with a movie clip selected.
b) Located at the right of the box with a shape selected
c) Located at the bottom of the box with a shape selected
d) Located at the left of the box with a shape selected

Q.2

These are used to apply special art effects that give your image the appearance of a sketch or impressionistic painting?

a) Tools
b) Layers Styles
c) Blending Mode
d) Filters

Q.3

Items that are stored in the library are considered as?

a) Palletes
b) Symbol
c) Library Tools
d) Shapes

Q.4

Which of the following is utilized to store the objects that can be reused throughout the movie?

a) Paint Bucket
b) Properties Inspector
c) Library Panel
d) Windows Panel

Q.5

A matrix of frames and layers is called as the?

a) Timeline
b) Tools
c) Scene
d) Animations

Q.6

Which of the following will select that which of the timeline is visible on the stage?

a) Oval
b) Pencil
c) Pen
d) Play head

Q.7

The Key frames with the visible content will have?

a) Colourful Circles
b) Hollow Circles
c) Solid Circles
d) Blank Circles

Q.8

Typical Frame Rates range from?

a) 15 to 30 frames per second
b) 15 to 20 frames per second
c) 10 to 15 frames per second
d) 30 to 45 frames per second

Q.9

How will you make the animation quality better?

a) Change the orientation
b) Add a key frame to every frame
c) Add more animations
d) Change the colour

Q.10

What do the frames of a button indicate?

a) The size of the button
b) Animation which the frame provide
c) What will be visible when the mouse is over or pressed down
d) The size of the frame

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