Motion Tween

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Post 3+ Months Ago

What is your guys option on motion tweens? My friend hates them and does all his animations by hand. Key frame to key frame.

I have had some bad exprences with Motion tweens too. Sometimes I want to extend an animation and it will remove the tween and make the object go flying off the screen.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

u can do it using time line ...
the flash 8 tweening class is good ...
there are many other available classes written by good ppl available to download with documentations..

robert penner is one of them ... zigo and fuse kit too ..

if u go to http://www.gotoandlearn.com watch the movie tutorial about custom tweening or tweening cant really remember ....

:)
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Ive never really had any problems with motion tweening, Ive been using mx2004 and recently moved to flash 8 and it has improved, I dont use them frequently tho so ill have a play with them and see what happens.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

keyframe to keyframe is very inneficient. Your friend must like hard work. You can do so much with tweens.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

ye, i thought they they created the tween ... to complicate one's life .... tween here, tween there, lost in the middle of the tweens .... but it seems their intention was to ease one's work and also to decrease movie size :P

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