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shape tween with photos?

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05-25-2008, 06:06 PM
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Will Flash let you shape tween jpgs? Or can you just use just motion tweens with photos?

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05-28-2008, 03:34 AM
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I haven't used flash in a while, but I am pretty sure you cant shape tween with photos.

As for motion tweening, what did you want to do?

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I think shape tween is only for vector, since jpeg is a bitmap, you can't tween it.

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Shape tween will only take vector artwork created in Flash and tween it with other vector art. If you want to animate jpgs, you need to use motion tween and you can change the size, create movement, squash and stretch, etc.

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Very nice site. Same on me I just use particular software to view my photos, but never did i try to learn more about the other feature it can do. I pick new knowledge on your site. Cheers,Karl,MAX GXL

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If you really wanted to you can Break it appart and then tween it like you would normally. This is much easier in CS4 now.

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Convert your image into a symbol, then motion tween.

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Actually you can.... You just need to select your image - right click - break apart twice (if I remember) and you can fully tween it. Never heard of "Vectors" only for tweening

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Originally Posted by hijax View Post
Actually you can.... You just need to select your image - right click - break apart twice (if I remember) and you can fully tween it. Never heard of "Vectors" only for tweening
Just wondering, can the break apart performed using Actionscript?

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i am not sure that you can shape photos in flash but you can do it in photo shop.

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