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ID Movie Clip Tutorial

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Dec 4, 2006 | 12:03 AM EST

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This is a beginner's move clip tutorial. This is a step by step, go at your own speed tutorial taking you through each and every step on how to make a move clip and it explains the reasons for it too... hope you enjoy...please remeber this is a tutorial and therefor if you are not in need for one please do not vote on it =\

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SpiritthehedgehogSpiritthehedgehog

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I really don't need to know much about the animation. I'll figure out that easily. But how do i make a ''Play'' button? That's the problem for me! Please answer me!



IceDragon64IceDragon64

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Another nice one.

I asked you to make more in this style and you did- Thank you!

I had not thought of using a movie clip to continue music- does that mean it continues beyond a 'stop all music' instruction?

there are even less errors in this one. I will send you a detailed edit if you want, after you update the last tut.

I am not sure if it is such a good idea to give up to three different ways of doing the same thing- I think it may be confusing to a beginner. Perhaps, instead just put in a note somewhere taking the veiwer to alternatives or something.
As many people submit tutorials it is hard to get a good score in tuts, so you are doing well- the reviewer before me has the top reviews per day in all of NG, so you can imagine he has seen plenty!
PM me any time. I like your style
Best Wishes,
Ice


IceyDrummer responds:

thanks man, umm the stop all music does exactally what it says, no matter what im pretty sure it stops the music, ya, another thing for movie clips is eyes, there they blink every "Enter you number" frame(s) lol but thx for the review i have been busy with band and stuff so i havn't had really any time to fix things and i have finals this week so i don't no when i can fix the stuff


KWAS71KCKKWAS71KCK

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

not bad one

it was a pretty simplistic tutorial here.. and the graphics were a little bit shaky in this one, but it did have nice points to it and i think that people should be able to benefit from this one. your other tutorial was better i think, but i this one was nice too.


IceyDrummer responds:

ya i spent more time on the other one but buttons also have more of a use to most people, movie clips are useful but you can do with out them, buttons not so much on the other hand


One-DollarOne-Dollar

Rated 1 / 5 stars

Not enough and FAR too simple

This is incredibly simplistic stuff. That's not a bad thing in itself, but if you can understand your descriptions of how to make one, you probably already know how to make a movie clip. Some examples of uses of movie clips would have helped (e.g. treating it as a graphic and setting the frame to have, for example, an eye blinking at frame 10 that is all in one movie clip)


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IceyDrummer responds:

yes i no it was simplistic but as i found when doing tutorials myself as in reading them if they get too far ahead too fast then people usally just close it but if u put it as simple as possible and go step by step the steps that you think no1 would need then peopole don't get as overwelmed... so that was what i was trying to do here, but that is a good example and i might use it and credit you i guess


WARTORIOUSWARTORIOUS

Rated 2 / 5 stars

well thats quite basic stuff.

If you know how to use Flash you will know how to do that. if you don't know Flash then you can't probably ever use the infomation.

anyhow just click CTRL + F8.


IceyDrummer responds:

if u went through the tutorial then u would know that u could press F8 and not not every1 knows movie clips i just got done with a class at school where people where doing flash and i didn't see many movie clips...