Blank Keyframes (F7)
to Frame 11 on BOTH Layer 3 and Layer 2.
a Frame (F5)
to Layer 1 at Frame 11.
Step 4: Reuse the
black rectangle animation on Layer 3
Frame 1 through Frame 10 on Layer 3,
down the Alt Key
and click and drag the highlighted frames over to frame 12. This
will copy the frames. You should now have a Shape
Tween from Frame 12 to 21.
Step 5: Add another
image to the masking animation
Now, here's where it gets a little tricky
the image on Layer 1 (right click on Frame 1, choose Copy
Frames) and paste it to
Layer 2 at Frame 12 (right click and choose Paste
Frames). This is because
we want to add another image to our masking movie and that new
image needs to go on the bottom layer.
1, add a Keyframe (F6)
to Frame 12.
the image at Frame 12 on Layer 1 and add a new image.
in Layers 1 and 2 at Frame 21. You should now have equal Frames
for all 3 layers.
Step 6: Test your
Lock all layers and preview your movie
by dragging the playhead.
Step 7: Continue
the preceding steps to continue adding new images and wipes.
can add Stop Actions and
to increase interactivity with the masking.
can also use rectangles that have gradients on them to create
different transition effects.
We've added 4 New Movies to our
Flash 5 source files cd! These include detailed videos on:
1. Tell Target/With
2. Dynamic Text 1
3. Dynamic Text 2
4. Animated Fly Out menu Part 2
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These movies are the SAME content found in our Flash 5 tutorials, but
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