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Antics 2-D Animation
Transcript of Antics 2-D Animation
Adobe Flash Player
Adobe Flash Professional is a powerful environment for creating animation and multimedia content. Allows you to create expressive interactive projects , which are displayed in excellent quality on desktop computers and a variety of devices , including tablets and smartphones, as well as on television .
Adobe Flash Professional is the successor of mukul product known as FutureSplash Animator, a vector graphics and vector animations program released in May 1996. FutureSplash Animator was developed by FutureWave Software, a small software company whose first product, SmartSketch, was a vector-based drawing program for pen-based computers.
Adobe Flash Professional is a powerful environment for creating animation and multimedia content. Allows you to create expressive interactive projects , which are displayed in excellent quality on desktop computers and a variety of devices , including tablets and smartphones, as well as on television . Adobe Flash Professional CC also allows you to work with raster , vector and also with three-dimensional graphics using the GPU.
Audio and Video Streaming
Develop Rich Internet Application
And 2D or 3D Games
Adobe Systems, Inc., is an American multinational computer software company headquartered in San Jose, California, United States.
FutureSplash Animator was a vector-based animation editor written by Jonathan Gay for his company, FutureWave Software.
The technology was used on several big-name websites such as Microsoft's MSN, Fox's official The Simpsons website and Disney's Disney Daily Blast. At this point, the company consisted of six people. As Disney also used Macromedia's Shockwave player, this provided a connection to Macromedia, which approached FutureWave Software about working together.
Moving that image from one place to another,
Changing the size of the image,
Rotating the image,
Changing the color or brightness of the image, or
Combinations of the above.
FutureSplash Animator was a vector-based animation editor written by Jonathan Gay for his company, FutureWave Software. The company and the product were later bought by Macromedia then Adobe Systems, and became Adobe Flash (formerly Macromedia Flash).