New to ActionScript 3.0 is the ability to dynamically change the frame rate of an animation via runtime. By having this ability, you can create a slow motion animation without the exact precisiong in keyframe timing. You can also use this to lower the frame rate for slower machines dynamically. Let’s see it in action.
Crappy Cat is a Flash experience that offers no real reasoning or solution, but provides ever bit of an enjoyable experience. Experience Crappy Cat for yourself.
“Flash in a flash” is a series of training videos that John Schuman of Adobe designed to get you going with Adobe Flash CS3—in a flash. This series of training video takes you through the creation of a Flash project as you learn the fundamentals of working with Flash including working with symbols, creating and controlling animations, adding audio, creating buttons, and video.
Here’s a sweet interactive Flash experiment created by Noel Billig called “curious robots”. The robots will watch and approach the mouse cursor, but will flee in fear if the mouse cursor gets too close. The best part is that you can single out a robot and chase him around with the mouse while the others watch in fear.
This tutorial is great for beginner Flash animators. It covers everything from how to know what sounds go with what mouth movements to animating the mouth movements to fit with an audio clip.