Thursday, 23 October 2008

Motion Tweening

Motion tweening is a method used by many Flash Developers when designing animations within Flash. Motion tweening is a process where the computer works out the 'inbetween' processes based on a start point and an end point of an object.

For example, if you wanted to move a shape from the left hand side of the page to the right hand side, you only need to tell the compiler the position on the shape at the start, and the final position of the shape. Motion teen with calculate the rest. The speed at which motion tween operates depends upon how many frames you tween your animation over.

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