I'm noticing more and more how jerky the motion looks in Flash. Take a look at this file to see what I mean: http://www.discretedata.com/Ex-Ex/FlashTests/RedSquare.swf The red square makes it look really obvious and awful but I notice the same thing with all movement. This file is at 24 fps, but it's noticeabl even at 120 fps.
I'm using Flash CS3. Could there be something wrong with my version or my computer?
This article is primarily concerned with ActionScript 3 and generally specific to AVM2. Most suggestions would apply to ActionScript 2 as well, and I've noted those tips that differ between AS2 and AS3.
With the advent of ActionS…
While working over numerous projects I often had the requirement for doing a screen capture in AS3.0. Unfortunately I found no "ready made" solutions in google search that suited my requirements. But I did come across some great resources which help…
In this tutorial viewers will learn how to create a basic motion tween animation in Flash
Open a new document in Flash: Draw/import an image: Press CTRL + F8 to convert it into a graphic symbol: Select a frame (how long you want the tween to last): …
The goal of the tutorial is to teach the user how to select the video input device.
Make sure you have an input device that in connected and work and recognized by Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder and select it in the “video input” menu.