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Flash: Scene Transitions

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Hey all at EE,

Does anybody know of a script or extension that can work inside Flash 8 that will automatically create some sort of a transition effect between Scenes?

Many thanks in advance
Pauliostro
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the simplest way would possibly to add a timeline effect at the beginning of each scene.
 don't know about any external extensions / applications.
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