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I'm trying to get into Flash animations, and i'd thought i'd ask, What is the best program to use?
And perhaps where is there a tutorial i could learn how to do stuff.
Of course the first thing that pops into mind is Adobe Flash Creator or whatever, but i just thought i'd get input from you professionals ;)
At 2/28/10 04:43 PM, marzo999 wrote: Use Adobe Flash cs4 It's the easiest and It makes the best :)
I would stick with either 8 or CS3, most of the new stuff in CS4 is crap.
The Problems of the Future, by Everyone!
may as well go cs4 since its the latest, but theres nothing u can do in cs4 that u cant do in cs3 or flash 8.
I stuck with flash 8 for the longest time, but was forced to use cs4 because 8 couldn't handle the complexity of the movie I was working on. so I'd say go with cs4.
Bringing the violence back to NG, one flash at a time..
Just download a trial of Flash CS4 and see if it's anything appealing. You'd also always stay with the older versions.
Animator/Artist for hire.
At 2/28/10 04:41 PM, SuperSpark wrote: You're trying to make Flash animations and are wondering what program to use... Are you serious?
i'm super srs lol. I just wanted to collect opinions. Sounds like Adobe is the way to go.
At 2/28/10 05:33 PM, jossospro wrote: may as well go cs4 since its the latest, but theres nothing u can do in cs4 that u cant do in cs3 or flash 8.
Bone tool and Inverse Kinematics. Easy Custom Layouts, Pattents and Spray Brush tools, 3D Transformation tools.
That's like saying "I want to watch Flash games on Newgrounds - what site do I need to do that?".
This thread is a waste of space >_>
Well for everyone who answered my question, thanks.
everyone else, I asked the question anyway, get over it.