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Author: Marian Heddesheimer | Website: http://www.rent-a-tutor.com

5. Place the "beam balls" before the transporter event

Now you have the shiny balls in an own movie clip, so you can place them before the actual transporting process.

Place two of these on the stage in different sizes and on different key frames.
picture 9: Place two of these on the stage in different sizes and on different key frames.

Place two instances of them in separate layers and separate key frames. If you start one instance half a second before the other, you will end up with a perfect effect. I also have scaled the first one to a little greater width, so one set of the balls will be oval, the other set will be circles.

Now just try it out and enjoy.

» Level Intermediate

Added: 2002-03-22
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