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Flash Tutorials

Flash » Effects — about 7 years ago
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Today, I’m going to show you how to create simple and quick nature photo effect using some special flash tips and tricks.
Flash » Actionscript — about 9 years ago
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This, step by step action script lesson, will show you how to create image animation using the mouse click.
Flash » Effects — about 7 years ago
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Today, I’m going to show you how to create cool Eminem picture effect.
Flash » Effects — over 7 years ago
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Using this thoroughly explained, detailed flash lesson, I will explain to you how to create cool siluete image effect using some special flash tricks.
Flash » Effects — over 7 years ago
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In this tutorial, we’ll demonstrate how simple it is to build a film trailer website using Flash Catalyst. Learn how to add subtle effects and how to hook in audio and video assets.
Flash » Effects — about 11 years ago
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Learn to make amazing blue neon buttons using the filters and blend modes available in Flash 8 Pro. Design like a pro and make everything in Flash, without having to use Photoshop!
Flash » Effects — about 8 years ago
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In this tutorial we will be mocking up and finishing a pan and throw class that will allow us to add this effect to any element we want. To accomplish this, we will create a image viewer – but not your average viewer. Here we’ll have zooming, throwing, panning.. Almost sounds like a ninja app, huh?
Flash » Actionscript — about 4 years ago
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Learn how to use a movieclip as a timer to create a count up timer with some help from Actionscript 2.
Flash » Game Development — almost 7 years ago
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This tutorial will give you an alternative to 3D for racing games in ActionScript 3. No external framework is required for this old-school style example.
Flash » Game Development — about 7 years ago
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Almost every game can be thought of as having one main function that contains all the game logic, and which is run either when the user does something, or after a certain amount of time. This cycle of running the same core function over and over again is called the game loop, and is crucial to understand for any sort of game development.
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