By RJ Jacquez. Follow him on Twitter @rjacquez
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If you need to supplement your Adobe Captivate 4 eLearning projects with Flash animations, the process of creating Motion Tweens is now much easier in the latest version of Adobe Flash, CS4.
In this short recording, I go over the fundamentals of how to successful deveop animations in Adobe Flash CS4 for inclusion in Captivate 4 projects, and how to make sure they are fully compatible with you projects, including Actionscript version, Frame Per Second (FPS) and Project Size.
In addition, the recording provides tips and best practices for how to use a Photoshop file as a background for the animation, and finally how to make sure you only publish the animation you need as a SWF.
Click here to launch the “Building Animations in Flash CS4 for Adobe Captivate 4” recording.
UPDATE! If you would like to follow along, you can download the exercise files used in this video tutorial by visiting the Getting Started with Adobe eLearning Suite page.
I hope you find this recording useful and if you want to learn when other similar recordings are available, please follow me on Twitter at http://twitter.com/rjacquez/