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Intermediate Flash CS6

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Take your Adobe Flash skills to the next level to create more sophisticated and powerful Flash applications.


You'll start by examining the ever-versatile Movie Clip symbol, using it to create Flash content—animations and special effects—inside other Flash content. Then you'll dive deep into ActionScript so you can to turn your simple SWFs into epic Flash masterpieces. For example, you'll learn how to write a single script that controls hundreds, even thousands, of objects based on user input.

You'll also learn the advanced ActionScript techniques you'll need to take control of the user's cursor and how to extend Flash's capabilities with external ActionScript Class files. External ActionScript files also allow you to use the same scripts across multiple SWFs, as well as create SWFs that load and interact with other SWFs—the secret to creating in-depth, multifaceted Flash applications.

But this course is not just about programming. You'll also learn high-end Motion Editor skills for creating sophisticated transitions and other animated effects. We'll delve deep into advanced Bone tool features that make your IK bones appear more life-like, as well as the Deco tool, Spray Brush tool, Layer Masks, Onion Skins, and other advanced techniques for creating professional-grade graphics and animations.

No intermediate Flash course would be complete without lessons on using ActionScript for developing user-interactive courses, surveys, and quizzes—scripts that make decisions, count and keep track of user choices, and then tally up and report the results. In this course you'll learn to compose ActionScripts indispensible to creating these kinds of sophisticated applications.

You'll also see how to incorporate all types of content from external applications, such as graphics editors and word processors. We'll try out Edge Animate, Adobe's new no-scripting HTML5-, CSS3-, and JavaScript-based utility for creating user interfaces and animations. We'll wrap up with an examination of Adobe AIR, which allows you to create full-blown desktop applications that install and interact with computer operating systems just like traditional computer programs.

In each lesson, you'll find practical, hands-on activities that allow you to practice the skills you're learning. When you finish this course, you'll know more than enough to confidently market yourself as a Flash designer.

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Please read:  BSC has partnered with Ed2Go, one of the industry leaders in online learning for adults, to provide this online class. Most Ed2Go classes start either the 2nd or 3rd Wednesday of each month. All registrations after the class start date will be enrolled in the next month’s class session.

These six-week online instructor-led courses are the perfect way to learn a new skill or enhance your existing ones. You'll spend roughly two to four hours each week completing two engaging lessons in an enjoyable, interactive learning environment. Expert instructors develop and lead every course, and you'll be able to interact with them and with fellow students in online discussion areas. Upon completing a course with a passing score, you'll get an award of completion.



Registration Closes On
Thursday, September 15, 2016 @ 12:00 AM

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