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Old 01-05-2004, 02:16 PM   #1
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Default Request for cool effect

Hey everyone

Maybe this sounds odd but I'll ask anyway: Have anyone ever made a cool flash file / effect ( like the flash banner at www.broadcom.com ) which they don't use on the web, and they want to sent to me, so I can analyze it and get some experience. I have read all tutorials on this site, and done vey much, to learn flash ( also tryed flashkit.com ), but still I am not able to make a really cool effect, like the one at www.broadcom.com or many other effects, so do anybody have a cool flash file which they don't use anymore I can have?

- Hope it doesn't sounds too lame...

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Old 01-05-2004, 02:33 PM   #2
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that is a nice use of flash. If I were to make that thing, it would be with a lot of tweens, mcs and little actionscript. Mainly because I am not very good with OOP. I'm fairly confident that a fair copy could be done with little AS.

However, using AS would allow for a smaller file. Break down the motion into small sections, such as the text break apart, that would be somewhat straightforward to code and you could find examples here (or fk or kirupa). Then move on to the next effect.

I know this is not direct help, but the approach makes all the difference.
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