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KrispyKripple
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Question About Flash 2013-01-29 18:50:35 Reply

Hi, i am working on a project in which i want to zoom in to a character while the character is still moving, any suggestions on the best way to do that?

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Response to Question About Flash 2013-01-29 20:49:49 Reply

At 1/29/13 06:50 PM, KrispyKripple wrote: Hi, i am working on a project in which i want to zoom in to a character while the character is still moving, any suggestions on the best way to do that?

Use a script camera. That's the best way. Second best is just do it the hard way, symbolize your character in a walk cycle loop or whatever and then you can tween the characters size and movement on the main layer. (By layer I mean like, symbol layer, ie your normal timeline.)

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Response to Question About Flash 2013-01-29 22:20:34 Reply

At 1/29/13 08:49 PM, TrevorGuitar wrote:
At 1/29/13 06:50 PM, KrispyKripple wrote: Hi, i am working on a project in which i want to zoom in to a character while the character is still moving, any suggestions on the best way to do that?
Use a script camera. That's the best way. Second best is just do it the hard way, symbolize your character in a walk cycle loop or whatever and then you can tween the characters size and movement on the main layer. (By layer I mean like, symbol layer, ie your normal timeline.)

Yea, that's way beyond me. I ended up just editing it in, in premiere. Maybe sometime ill get around to learning actionscript, thanks for the advice!

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Response to Question About Flash 2013-01-31 10:46:51 Reply

I usuall take camera moves into After Effects to complete I wish flash had a camera component would make life so much easier. See what was done on my latest video submission http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/610281

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Response to Question About Flash 2013-01-31 10:47:45 Reply

At 1/31/13 10:46 AM, QArtsMedia wrote: I usuall take camera moves into After Effects to complete I wish flash had a camera component would make life so much easier. See what was done on my latest video submission http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/610281

vcam has only been around for 7 years...i guess it'll never catch on

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Response to Question About Flash 2013-02-05 23:48:34 Reply

At 1/31/13 10:47 AM, Max-Vador wrote:
At 1/31/13 10:46 AM, QArtsMedia wrote: I usuall take camera moves into After Effects to complete I wish flash had a camera component would make life so much easier. See what was done on my latest video submission http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/610281
vcam has only been around for 7 years...i guess it'll never catch on

Haha oh man, when I first got onto vCam 4-5 years ago I was like WOAH! It blew my god damn mind!


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Response to Question About Flash 2013-02-06 13:49:00 Reply

As others have said, vCam is your best option and you have any other questions feel free to PM me.


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