DIRECTOR 4. Visual quikstart guide for Macintosh
Interacting with a good multimedia program can be really fun--but how do all the elements of a multimedia program get glued together? Through the use of authoring software such as Director, which allows the user to orchestrate text, graphics, animation, video, sound effects, and music. Now all of Director's core features are explained in this QuickStart guide.
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Air brush animation channel Apple menu artwork Auto Animate Background color chip Brush Shapes brush tool cast mem Cast Member Info Cast menu Cast window Choose Cast Click and hold color cycling color depth Command Command key Control Panel create destination color dialog box Director movie Director's Cast Director's Paint window Director's Score Disable Sounds double-click Edit menu Effects menu ellipse Figure 11 Figure 17 File menu film loop Find Cast Members Foreground color chip gradient graphics In-Between ink effect key frame Lasso Lasso tool marker mouse button movie's º º Option key Paint menu Paint tool palette palette Figure Palette pop-up menu Palette window PICT pixels play pop-up color palette QuickDraw text QuickTime radio button release the mouse remap Rotate Saue Score menu Score window select the cells selected cast member Selected Frames Set Palette sprites Step Tempo display window Figure Window menu Figure Zoom