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Intro For TV Spot

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Mar 22, 2013 | 3:13 AM EDT

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this was made a while ago but are using it for the first time right now for the introduction to our tv spot on public access in our hometown. ~~~ What I want is people to email me at if you would be able to make intros or website related things for me similar to this. obviously something could be worked out on paypal, let me know.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Everything was cool!
The only critique would be the rolling animation
near the end.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nice, clean 20 second show intro. Simple, stylistic and smoothly animated. Looks like a pretty high frame rate too. If you'd like content, make a post on your userpage and ask, I'm sure there'd be plenty of folks here who'd like their stuff on cable! Extra points for adding the music name and composer to the bottom left.. the animators here at NG should take note!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This looks pretty slick. The sound FX are spot on, and it gets the message across of who you are etc. and it looks pretty smooth even in high quality.


Rated 5 / 5 stars



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Not bad but not thoroughly good either. I noticed a lot of motion tweening especially near the end and I really shouldn't have to explain why motion tweening sucks by now. I also noticed that not all your outlines are black; that kind of inconsistency is very annoying and since you're using Brush tool and Flash acknowledges that as a color and not as an actual outline, recoloring it shouldn't be difficult at all considering you can just change it all to black with the Paint Bucket tool.

Also, preloader, get one and use it. This very website hands them out for free under Community; Downloads; Flash Loaders and you now have access to a myriad of FLA files each containing a fully functioning, preprogrammed preloader. No augmentations needed, no additional Action Script necessary, just copy and paste that one frame to the first frame of your "Intro For TV Spot" FLA file, albeit you'll have to grab every frame on every layer and drag them all up by a frame, I digress. There's no annoyance quite like an SWF that autoplays as not only can I not stop it, decide when it plays but it can also cause a myriad of other problems like the movie not loading all the way while it plays causing it to stop at the middle or worse it loads its content at different points causing things like the lip syncing to go out of alignment with the audio.