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February 11, 2014 /Uncategorized /

What Sound Does Your Pet Make (with Edge Animate CC)

Thanks to a certain viral video, we all know what sound a fox makes.

But what does your pet sound like? We’d love to see your creativity with Edge Animate and its new audio capabilities. With new native audio support in Edge Animate CC, you can show us. Show us your pet, real or imagined, photographed or animated, with sound.

You can go the route of Paul Trani and create your own animation (Hello, Pet Alien Space-Man). Here’s how Paul added pet sounds:

Or, you can use your own pet photos.


However you’d like to do it, give it a shot and share it with us. Whether on Twitter, Facebook or Behance, tag it with “#EdgeAnimate” and “#PetSounds” and we’ll contact you and send you some special Adobe schwag!

So, go ahead, give your pet a voice.


Join the discussion

  • By Tiffany - 10:57 AM on February 11, 2014  

    So excited to use this! Question. I have an interactive book on my site currently in Flash. This seems like a great way to make an updated version thats mobile friendly. It’s a read to me/read myself book. Is that possible now with the addition of audio support?


    • By Sue Garibaldi - 12:06 PM on February 12, 2014  

      Hi Tiffany,

      I got an answer for you: There are no workflows between Flash Pro and Edge Animate but there is the Toolkit for CreateJS, which has audio libraries and allows HTML5 exports of Flash. Our tech support team can answer any additional questions in our Flash Pro CC support forum.

      Hope that helps.


      • By Tiffany - 8:54 AM on February 14, 2014  

        Thanks Sue! I am actually already looking at that Flash feature for a few other projects but with regard to Edge Animate I was thinking of starting from scratch and rebuilding our ebook. I’m just not sure if I can achieve the same functionality. I want to have the option for a user to click a button and read the book on their own or click a button and the text highlights and the audio from our characters dialogue reads the story and highlights the text.