Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Friday, March 8, 2013
I was having issues trying to follow the tutorial Animate 2: The Pin (sounds like a very bad movie sequel). I couldn't figure out what the heck it does until I saw this movie.
Supposedly, when you are on time 0 (I don't think Animate works with Frames...), you can drag the blue pin to another time area. Then, while still on time 0, you move the object (in this case it is an apple ) and it automatically creates keyframes and animation from time 0 to, say, 1 Second.
Check out the video, it'll clear things up.
Edge Animate tutorial: Animating with the Toggle Pin
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
|Yep, it is in Spanish.|
This official Adobe.tv video shows how to import a sprite sheet into Adobe Edge Animate. This will create reusable sprites that can be reused throughout your project.
So, if you create an animation (say, a walk cycle) in Flash, you can export it as a Sprite Sheet. Sprite sheets can be used with most programs that create games.