Flash Cinematic Techniques: Enhancing Animated Shorts and Interactive Storytelling
Apply universally accepted cinematic techniques to your Flash projects to improve the storytelling quotient in your entertainment, advertising (branding), and educational media. A defined focus on the concepts and techniques for production from story reels to the final project delivers valuable insights, time-saving practical tips, and hands-on techniques for great visual stories. Extensive illustration, step-by-step instruction, and practical exercises provide a hands-on perspective.
Explore the concepts and principles of visual components used in stories so you are fluent in the use of space, line, color, and movement in communicating emotion and meaning. Apply traditional cinematography techniques into the Flash workspace with virtual camera movements, simulated 3d spaces, lighting techniques, and character animation. Add interactivity using ActionScript to enhance audience participation.
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Limited preview - 2012
Action Safe Actions panel ActionScript artwork you need aspect ratio audience audio background bitmap bitmap image blank keyframe button camera movements camera shots cell on frame Chapter_02 character character’s cinematic cinematographers Click and drag close-up composition create define depth dialog box dolly zoom Double-click effect emotional empty cell event handler event listener Examples folder Figure Fill Color film Flash movie folder you copied frame label frame rate graphic symbol hard drive horizontal important instance name interactive iStockphoto keyframe limited animation Locate and open long shot look medium shot mouth shapes move movie clip movie clip instance need to complete NTSC object Open the file parallax scroll Photoshop pixels position Properties panel QuickTime QuickTime Exporter rotation Save and test scan scene screen direction Select Insert simulate Stage story storyboard technique Test Movie test your movie Timeline Tools panel tween vanishing point visual storytelling zoom