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In this video, Creative Ice Media Group shows you how to make text move in Flash.
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What’s good YouTube? It’s Creative Ice Media Group here, and today I'm going to show you how to make a basic moving text in Adobe Flash. At the end of this, your product should look like this, the second. Creative Ice Media Group, go and rate subscribe, okay? That’s how it should look, very simple, very easy to do. Okay, first thing I'm going to do, go to file, new, flash file 2.0. That’s okay and you should get a skin like this, as you can see. Now, go to size and it’s the 1280 x 720. We’re doping this only because the other dimensions so that YouTube can accept it as HD so you can upload it to your YouTube or anywhere and it will nice HD quality. Okay next, you can choose what your background color is going to be. Mine is going to be black and I'm going to change my frame rate per second to 10, that’s okay. And there we have it. I’ll change the view to 50% so you can view all of that. Okay, alright maybe 25. Now, go in your text tool and type away. Okay, so we’ve done that. Drag it over here and now in this one, insert layer. Like in Photoshop, you get a new layer or text. Okay and again, drag it outside of the screen. There we have it, alright. Now, click on layer one over here and let’s go to frame 10 and press F6. This makes a key frame and drags it into the middle, okay. And let’s make a little cool effect. Let’s press F6 on frame 12 and move it a bit and key frame 14, move it like that and key frame on frame 16, move it back into the middle, yeah. Now what you want to do is click on layer two, and go underneath click on frame 16 which is over here. You don’t have to, you’ll get different frames but this is just for the example and press F6, okay. Now what you want to do again is roughly click on frame 25 and on layer one. Click on layer two and on frame 25 and drag it in position. Okay, now we want to do is right click anywhere in the middle within the two key frames. Can you see the two black dots? That shows that we have a key frame. So we click over here and press create motion. Keep doing that to all of them. Okay and to vie it, press control+enter, okay there we have it. Now you can see it just keeps repeating itself so just stop this. We go to window, actions, and click on frame 25 which is the last frame and write stop in brackets like that, okay. Now press control and enter again to view and there we have it, very easy to do and it was very effective. Thank you for watching. Please comment, rate and subscribe.