In this how-to, viewers will learn how to create a presentation which fades in and out among still photographs using Flash animation. First, each image is given its own layer in Flash. Then the images are converted into movie clips. A motion tween is created among each image and a few blank frames, to create the affect of a slow fade in and out. Then the layers are distributed sequentially on the Flash timeline so that as each layer fades out, the next fades in. The finished movie is tested, and the presentation is complete.
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