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- May 5th, 2014
This intermediate Edge Animate CC course – by Adobe expert Iain Anderson – takes you well beyond the basics of the first course. Discover some powerful tips, tricks & techniques to take your animation to the next level.
In the 101 beginner course, Iain showed you how to get around the Edge Animate CC user interface and create a simple animation. In this course, he shows you how to refine your work deploying some of the more advanced technologies that this program has to offer.
From text and HTML tips and tricks to timeline and audio techniques, this 35-tutorial Edge Animate course takes you deeper into the various tools that give your animation subtlety and polish. You learn all about Responsive & Fluid design along with Timeline Actions, Labels, Buttons and more.
Audio is a big part of any animation. That’s why Iain explains the audio basics and introduces you to the audio controls. The next section is all about Symbols. Here you learn how to create, nest, reuse and control them in the timeline. The final collection of tutorials focuses on exporting and publishing your work for all available platforms and devices.
By the time you complete this course, you’ll not only have a bunch of cool animation techniques in your toolbox, you’ll also know how to insert your animations into various programs including InDesign and iBooks Author. You’ll even be able to create your own hybrid app! So dive deeper into Edge Animate – with trainer Iain Anderson – and discover all the power this program has to offer!
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Superb review. Not too slow and not too Fast.I kind of gave up with Flash but what I remember now, makes sense.
This course delves much, much deeper into animation. Compared to the basic course it's harder to follow and the pace is high. Experience with other software, like Flash, is almost mandatory to keep up. The part about exporting will outdate quickly because of the speed of browser software development!